For several years, my work has been separated into two different yet complementary forms; each is attached to a particular geographical space and place of production. Thus, most paintings with wavy headbands are made in a large space and open frontally to the outside, while the paintings with quadrangular shapes are produced in a more organized and architectural workshop, located on the ground floor of a building.

This partition of sensitive work over the past decade, with different backgrounds where it is organized, is now effective, carried by the rhythms it prints, the choices and echoes of the glances and readings it arouses.