Trash Animals is a series of artworks that aims to draw attention to a current problem that is likely to be forgotten, become trivial or a necessary evil. The problem involves waste production, materials that are not reused, pollution and its effect on the planet.
The idea is to depict nature itself, in this case animals, out of materials that are responsible for its destruction.
These works are built with end-of-life materials: the majority found in wastelands, abandoned factories or randomly and some are obtained from companies that are going through a recycling process.
Damaged bumpers, burnt garbage cans, tires and appliances are just some of the objects that can be identified when you go into detail. They are camouflaging the result of our habits with little ecological and social awareness.
World Gone Crazy
The fear of becoming what society wants us to become, the drama of true happiness and its proportion to what we possess and the terror that is hidden behind the truth. My installations are the main result of consumerism at its craziest: garbage/waste, but for me raw material. I assemble situations that occur in a city with its own waste: challenging the public to see things from a deeper perspective. Hypothetical situations are created and roles are switched: comical becomes shameful. Fear, drama and terror gain a new color.
Provocative street art
Social criticism, jokes: meaningful changes with little intervention in public spaces. I want to spark feelings in society. It is a way to protest and to express my ideas, fears, concerns and thoughts.
I use railroad tracks as a canvas - it's a metaphor for the life we live. They are located in restricted areas, and as hard as it is to access them and to take pictures, I post them later where people can see them - online - where we live.