First off, could you introduce yourself to those who may not be familiar with your work?
I have a daily job linked to games, magic and the little things around us. Art is everywhere, so is magic. It’s a mutating work since it moves according to the mood.
What do you seek to add to the world as an artist?
To add new questions.
You are using masks as points of telling stories. Can you tell us what does fascinate you about a covered face?
Designing and activating masks means wanting change. Change of state, change of point of view, it is also regenerating time and space. It’s reversing the roles, it’s moving things,
it’s to believe in magic. It is to make the invisible tangible.
Can you share some insights into your creative process?
My creative process depends on my needs at the time and the questions that inhabit me, there is no fixed process. How I create will depend on a lot of elements, it’s often multifactorial. I try as much as possible to have fun and find proposals to move forward, both technically in manufacturing practices and to advance spiritually thanks to the questions asked. And, of course, sharing with other people as well by working in collaboration, which I often do, or by sharing the work.
What’s next for you?
Continue to question our existence and try to be appeased in a crazy and violent world.
Our current theme, TOWARDS TERRA, focuses on utopian and dystopian futures. What would the future of art look like if you had the power to recreate it?
The future of art would no longer be seen only as beauty but rather as a tool. A transformative tool. A possible other. And everyone would feel as an artist (this is already the case but each individual would be aware of it).