My creative inspiration is intimately connected to movement, the body and its connection to the mind, as well as to living organisms in the deep sea and natural environments. I am also interested in everyday objects, sculptural objects, and traditional knowledge.
Eternal hypersensitive and passionate, queer, non-binary and feminist. I have always been interested in the mechanisms of psychology and human behavior. As a counselor by training, I have always struggled with the whirlwind of words that always left me dissatisfied with the contact established with the other.
A decisive turn led me to art therapy and then to visual arts where I developed a multidisciplinary practice by navigating between poetry, sculpture, and utilitarian objects.
I believe deeply that trusting the process and letting go of the need to achieve a specific result avoids many blockages and provides the necessary space that authentic creation needs to emerge. I believe that creation is accessible to all, as long as it is free of any restrictive markers judging its legitimacy.
In the last two years, I have dedicated my time to learning different techniques of creating ceramic objects including throwing, handbuilding, and slip casting. After taking on many challenges, I discovered a meditative state while throwing clay and decided to dedicate myself to it more seriously.
Eager to share my passion and knowledge, I have been teaching throwing since October 2021 and hope to pass on the desire to slow down and look at everyday objects differently.
I dream of a world filled with objects that carry the stories of the people who made them and the people who use them. I dream of a world with quality objects, meticulously designed, in smaller quantities that are preciously enjoyed.