My work in general addresses the concept of space. I am not interested, however, in the space that has been measured, seen, or discovered.
My interest arises from the possible existence of non-visible and/or fictional spatial structures, such as those found in our memories, dreams, in other dimensions (space-time), or within the Internet (the digital). I consider the language of architecture and abstraction, suitable vehicles to explore human perception, temporality, the real/the imagined, and the post-anthropocene.
At the same time I am interested in sight as a mechanism that enables reality. Do these imaginary, invisible, fictional spaces become 'real' when they are taken from the mind and drawn, painted, or represented in any form? Would these spaces exist if there is no one looking at them?