2015 - Present, ink on paper
In terms of content, I don’t believe I am anything more than a storyteller narrating on the human condition. Though I may have greater personal ties to some stories, I like to remain impartial and always endeavor to the portray the larger picture. I have always been attracted to the carnivalesque; my early work was the struggle between the narrative of fear, sex, gore and the dilemma of illusion. The question then was how to transform the canvas into a palpable sensory experience beyond the three-dimensional plane without falling into the trappings of spectacle; my study was supplemented by the concept of cinema.
CiNCO DE MAYO