I assume the artistic practice from practicing contemplation and silence. I use meditation as a tool to stimulate the solitary and patient observer that exists in me. I rely on nature as a source of inspiration with the objective to understand the impermanence which is innate to all things. To do so, I keep fragments of the present time as a way to maintain the memory alive and grasp the necessities that we have, as human beings, to be part of something and to build identities despite the constant unfolding of life. I rely on three disciplines for my artistic process: photography, video and literature. These help me to elaborate a proposal around the arrangement of images as well as to think about new realities, within constantly changing ones.