I use self-representation as an intimate and introspective investigation, transforming every self-portrait into a metaphysical manifesto.
Like Narcissus in front of the mirror, I reproduce the image of myself, making my body the subject and the object of my research. Through this, vulnerability is revealed in its natural state, as if it were a dimension of a body that, in the face of constant social aggression, isolates itself.
An altered human anatomy, which is, at times, unrecognizable, becomes a shapeless mass. Hybrid viscera, solitary and fragile, in an intimate metamorphosis towards death.