These plastic events are above all formal, although something of the figurative remains in them.
The starting point of an abstract form very often comes from figurative forms, brought on by
everyday reality. I am convinced that a real abstraction does not exist beyond of the idea of
abstraction. More than abstraction, I am interested in the oddity of the received form, the
multiplicity of senses which it evokes.
Chance plays an important part in my work. At the begginning I have a very general idea of what I want to do. I start by putting some pieces of paper on the floor and I observe what happens. Often the proces is long. If I am perceptive, sometimes something happens. The image lets itself be followed and, slowly something appears.
In my most recent spatial works, I introduce the space (the emptiness) into the matter (the
fullness), searching for balance in reference to Eduardo Chillida. This process optically lightens
the composition so that the elements appear like fragments of a larger whole, the empty made