I am interested in highlighting the invisible state of interdependence among diverse organisms on our planet. My works, which I call practices, are meditations always in the process of transformation dealing with cycles of life and death and the interdependent relationship between the human and non-human.
I transform food waste and cardboard into natural pigments, paintings, performances and installations. In my life, the lines between kitchen, garden, and creative space blur on a daily basis becoming an ever-evolving field of investigation. I am interested in redefining notions like waste and trash. My current artistic exploration begins by cooking, eating, recycling, composting, planting, harvesting and visiting the forest.