My paintings are a personal declaration aimed at ameliorating our
modernity. When I paint, I compose visual anthropological essays
that bridge past and present for a contemporary acculturation.
The colors and symbols I use are adopted from many stations,
ranging from folk traditions to street art. Further manipulation
recontextualizes them as both graphic ornament and Esperanto.
Initially, these paintings were organized according to open-source
graphs describing patterns of social human interaction. They
have become a way for me to filter the urgency and collective
scramble of contemporary life.