I’ve always felt existence divided between two disjoined worlds. The inmost world that fundamentally belongs to thought and imagination is the center of creation where all is abstract and outside time and space lacking in 3D perspective or any other physical rule. None of these rules are applicable to thought. This is depicted in my art works…this is the background for the human body, ungrounded, untied or belonging to any physical reality or limitation. In my childhood I came to reading one of the Luis Borges short stories books. The Circular Ruins tells the story of a grey man who wanted to dream another man. A story about personal growth and creation, the manifestation of thoughts in the "real world" since ultimately the man that was dreamed comes into shape and being. This story dawned on me and brought the constant asking to myself: what if it is true? What if I am an illusion, that someone else was dreaming me? I asked myself for years who am I and from where this discrepancy of perception is coming. Why this innate feeling of deep connectivity to all that represents life and why in this “real world” so much separation and sadness? Who creates all this transient pain, all this ephemeral world? Who creates the immortal, the continuum? What if we are the creators of all that our physical eyes see? What if the two worlds can blend when we acknowledge we are one and all this illusory world is but a joined perception?
The Bodies in my art are dreamers with a shared dream…a dream of love. Their eyes are shot to seeing for allowing the true vision to take place instead. They are as real or unreal as I am, created through extension out of love. All the bodies I paint are rendered under the laws of our world. The light reveals and moulds them, the gravity makes the tissue hanging and all the laws of being into form are exerted here. These bodies stand for the acknowledgement of the dream, the illusion and distortion that I try to represent in all the optical or organized rhythms sometimes coming from the Victor Vasarely, as the first who, in my understanding, tried to organize perception demonstrating how deceivable the eye can be. Sometimes I feel inspired by the mathematical organized representation of the spectrum in a split