I navigate between different mediums: video, performance, installation, sculpture and textile.
My proposals are tales and ensembles, composed by elements of the same medium or not (sculptures and performance, performance and textile composition, etc.).
If this is not always directly visible in the 'result', cinematographic references accompany me and participate directly in the writing and in my research.
I claim 'unique' objects, where the trace of the making, with its defects and its fragilities is fundamental, in the sense that it speaks directly of an author who produces.
Although present in my pieces for many years, I develop a practice of textile as a support of narrative expression, which I perceive as a vector of memory. Indeed the textile compositions (close to the quilt) are charged by the time of their making and by the space in which they are conceived. Made from recovered fabrics, collected for more than ten years, they are also charged by other temporalities.
My practice as a whole revolves around themes such as landscape as constrained nature, the difficulty of the artist in conveying what he or she is trying to say, and audiovisual capture as an attempt to expand space and immortalize time. Even if feminism is not a main subject, it is always present: figures, images and voices of women are used to imply their reification by society and culture. This is also why my raw physical presence, live or on video, is important. To fight against invisibility and to propose other narratives.