I am a painter interested in the formal properties of painting, where the question of a formal vocabulary is approached as an encounter of paint and surface in an intimacy of decay; where tensions are formed between suggestive abstract forms.
Expressing not only an interest in forms dispersal, as a decaying beautiful, but in the psychological properties of color that arrive when the naming of form is just out of reach. An approach also engaged in questions of visual inheritance, how to pursue new explorations of abstraction which the works of Hesse, Rothko and Twombly opened for us. This is a continual process of personal research that relates to color theory, perception and notions of the formless formulated by Rosalind Krauss and Yves Alain-Bois. My past and present research has also included the writings of Bataille, Kristeva, and Merleau-Ponty. I am currently engaged in a body of work that plays on the large scale stretching of intimate visual events.