art statement

art arises not alone—it’s pushed to the surface by reality’s circumstances, the artist’s will, and an affinity with what we call “future,” that is, something that is still becoming, not yet complete. I began painting and drawing as a way of inquiring into that very immaterial space from where images, words, thoughts as well as cognition, understanding, social structures are drawn, that dimension of pre-awareness in which knowledge, meaning, power, shapes, structures become hegemonic, or not, and later articulated. artistic expressions stem from and show into that space; they are inherently im-perfect, not complete and still open—the displaying of the object being shaped, the thought being constructed, the rhythm being designed gains its materiality and abundant limits and possibilities.