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In the world of everything are already made, the moment of reinvention consist of taking apart something that is known, to reconstruct something that is unknown.

My recent body of work is a metaphor for me to express the importance of this miscellaneous, compact relationship.

Through reconstruction, I process my work methodically, allowing myself to flow through a predefined process, picking up each part to investigate, look for a new angle, explore the characteristics of different materials and express their qualities of balance, weight, and texture, rather physical or conceptual.

I hope to enrich this relationship by not only asking the viewer to look closer to the objects, but also disassembling the work of art as it is a unprecedented opportunity to learn more about it in terms of how it was make, and its subsequent history from the past.