Starting from the concept of Phaneron, coined by philosopher and semiologist Charles S. Peirce, that indicates the totality of what exists in our mind, filtered by sensory perception, my research aims at emphasizing the many differences that can be found in the analysis of the subjective perception of reality.
The focal point of this research is to create a symbolic view of the cognitive impossibility of the existence of an absolute objective reality; Through this process create a bridge to get a direct communication of the sensible subjective reality between the artist and the spectator. As I have already had the opportunity to experience, the best way to analyze and express these concepts is for me to work closely with the environment in which the installations will be exhibited. This method of work allows me to realize works that are complementary to the structure that hosts them, thus creating a more intense relationship between works and viewers. My work goes simultaneously with the experimentation of different materials, making the installations versatile to different situations, both in terms of their structure and the possibility of visual integration into the surrounding environment.
My research method is structured on three simultaneous steps; studying the matter I'm analyzing, finding new materials and techniques that will allow me to express a specific idea in the best way possible, and at the same time confront myself with a variety of different people of the community I'm working in, to get an effective communication between the idea that my works are going to express and the viewers that will interact with them.