Dissimilar bodies in different images whose essence is the union, the assembly of individual parts, forming a deconstructed whole. Decontextualized parts lead us, through different scales, or unusual orientations, to several complex and equivocal wholes.
Each final piece of work seems the sum of some pieces of a puzzle. A puzzle that, at the end, is our skin, our body. An objectified body. And this objectification, which also pursues a purely aesthetic character, tries to devalue many considerations that elevate the body to pedestals where matter and essence unexpectedly have the same value.