Ellewa. soft sculpture, ceramic, pexiglass. edition of 3. 2010
Forest on the Walls. soft sculpture, rubber. 2014
Forest on the Walls. soft sculpture, rubber. 2015
Machopillow #1. soft sculpture, silk. 2000
El Carnaval. dry point and etching on paper. edition of 35. 2009
Black Garden #2. soft sculpture and iron gate. 2017
Black Garden #1. soft sculpture and iron gate. 2017
Black Jungle. soft sculpture. 2018
Utopian Project #1. graphite and acrylic on canvas. 2017
Esto no tiene nombre!. silk screen, acrylic on paper. edition of 10. 2010
The Temptation of the Joint Venture. silk screen on paper. edition of 10. 1995
Utopic Project #V. graphite and watercolor on paper. 2018
La Jungla. soft sculpture. 2009
Selva en las Paredes. glazed ceramic. edition of 5. 2009
All my work in general deals with the question of identity, understood as the system of judgments about a person, culture or phenomenon. This question is generally treated from the prism of Caribbean popular culture, using the humor and elements of this culture, and such cliches formed about the culture, that when it comes from them, it builds images that simultaneously incarnate that reality, and question it.
The ambivalence of genres is also a topic that is near to me, a game of illusions with the spectator, the doubt in the identity of a concept or an image, the phenomena that pretend to be one thing, but that are really something else or both at the same time.
Although my work has a conceptual root, where the idea conditions formal elements; the sensory sense, the sensations that emanate from the forms of my work are fundamental to them. In my artwork I used to work with different media depending on how interested I am: painting, installations, sculptures, prints, ceramics; this, however, has been associated generally with the soft sculpture (sewn and stuffed fabrics), a technique that brings me closer to the craftwork of the popular cultures of the Caribbean, incorporating real chosen objects.