Through different sculptural processes such as ceramics, installation, metalsmithing/jewelry, metal and wood fabrication, performance, objects that serve as a documents of action and photosculpture; I’ve developed an ecofeminist and animist art practice that revolves around revealing how western patriarcal/filiarchal structures, (including domestic violence) and rape culture serve as the root of ecosystemic violence and how these are reflected on our current enviromental and social climate.
My methodology to unveil this information is finding and creating strategies and spaces in which the spectator and myself can recognise and take responsibility as victims, perpetrators and survivors of such systems.
I search to create relational aesthetics that enhance viewer become one with the other/Silent Matter (non-verbal or entities that have been silenced through history, such as women and nature).
By reconnecting with their/our own bodies, nature, materiality, healing, spirituality and repressed feelings. Giving them access and opportunities to release inner tensions through catharsis and fulfillment of biological and ecological cycles, such as resting, grieving, eating, integration with nature,moments of intimacy,etc. that serve as initial foregrounds to deconstruct the patriarchal/filliarcal values that have penetrated our current environment and we have internalized by living under these systems of violence.