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A Journey To Consciousness

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Delve into a profound exploration of a higher, divine reality.

Why art?

I think that art is the most effective way to approach the genesis of reality. Art is the materialization of our inner world, it reflects our history as humans, and helps us obtain an interpretation of what we perceive from the physical and metaphysical world.

What kind of artwork do you make?

My current production revolves around graphite, I consider the final result of a work achieved by lights, shadows and lines to be very interesting and powerful, in addition to the flexibility of always being able to carry a pencil and paper.

How has being an immigrant influenced your art?

Experience different realities. It is curious to experience a different culture and society but in the end we continue to maintain the same nature.

What does your work aim to say?

It is an exercise in reflection and manifestation that tries to visually decipher the relationship we have with the reality that we do not perceive.

What motivates and inspires you?

The unknowns I have about life, our origin as a species and the mysterious and magical nature of the world. It is through art that I allow myself to observe and understand the reality that I perceive.

What process do you go through mentally when you are creating a piece?

They are usually ideas that come to me at random times, it could be when I wake up, reading, walking, eating, etc. After being clear about the importance of that idea, I spend several hours meditating on the possibilities of the concept and visualizing the possible physical results and when I have resolved the symbolic and composition issue I am going to take small notes to clarify doubts and investigate looking for some references. I like to think that I am a tool that the “source” uses to land universal ideas that are there floating in space-time waiting to be tuned and materialized.

What role does the artist have in society?

Extremely important because the pieces of art (which are a product of the artist) can reflect our current needs and conditions as humanity, inviting the observer to reflect on himself and on our environment to ultimately obtain that divine spark that can only give us the contemplation of the aesthetic. Kandinsky said: “Every work of art is a child of its time, it is often the mother of our feelings. In the same way, each period of culture produces its own art that cannot be repeated.”

How do you navigate the art world?

Everything and nothing can be art. It all depends on the perspective from which you look. It is impressive to appreciate everything that the human mind can generate through creativity, it may be a spaceship, a tree or a simple pencil. But I try to see, above all, nature as the maximum artistic expression of a higher consciousness.

How has your practice changed over time?

Above all technically, I consider that the topics I address have always revolved around the same axis.

What is the biggest challenge of being an artist?

Find your own language and find the connections of the entire work.

What topics do you pursue?

In recent years I have found great interest in concepts related to mysticism, scientific theories that try to explain reality, dreams and altered states of consciousness.

What is your dream project?

Have a collection of 30 large format pieces (approximately 10 feet x 6.5 feet).

What superpower would you have and why?

Bilocation because it is a physical way to unfold matter and be able to be in several places at the same time.

What is the biggest mistake you have made in your career up to this point?

Not allocating time to practice more.

How have other artists or artistic genres influenced your sense of aesthetics?

I consider it extremely important to have references and people you admire because it is through that that our mind can have better and greater information on our hard drive that in the end serves to process better results in the composition, conceptualization and technique of our work.

How do you know when a job is finished?

I think that it is never finished, a work is an eternal return because every time you return to it you find details or things that can be different. Rather, I would think that the end of a work is something that is related to the time available for it.

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