If the function is second to the aesthetics in my work, it never disappears, but rather becomes the occasion for a frenetic but never repetitive creation of new forms where irregularity never dissipates harmony.
Imperfection is undoubtedly at the center of the exploration of my sculptures, but this does not mean the renunciation of beauty. Simply the beauty found is pockmarked and beaded with the pains but also the joys of the world. Imperfection thus signs a disenchanted but touching ode, an ode to a singular and abrupt expression.
In my work I intent to relate to a perception that transcends appearance, and to rather enter into a territory of feelings. My pieces become an emotional landscape.