Wednesday, June 2, 2010


1 comment:

  1. It is an original work, the photograph of a cinderblock, folded into a cinder block. I like it. Here, it is solid, static. At NEPO, it became airy, dynamic. Flexible concept, great work. Also, a hat. Thank you for exhibiting.


    Paul Pauper


About Me

All of my works are self-portraits. My creative process reflects how I live my life, and the product mirrors the accumulation of my cultures, history, thoughts, emotions, and everyday life experiences. Making art is a way for me to learn about life and to understand the world I live in. I use my intuition to guide me through the creative process to enter into unknown and unexpected territory. I take pleasure in the surprises that arise from this process in which the learning takes place. Honesty is at the center of my art practice. From the place of truthfulness, I hope to create works that go beyond the visual aspects of art.