"I´m looking for a new visual approach to this problem; I try to explore the relationship between development and nature, relationship between development and environment and also between especially automotive and nature. This is a great contradiction, in order to live better, to develop, we are destroying our habitat our environment. We need to find the balance."
It is necessary to enter deeper into combustion engine world, in order to adequately understand the "Habitat" project. The artist works with internal elements of the engines, such as intake and exhaust valves, camshafts, crankshafts, connecting rods, bushings, injectors, pushers, springs, etc; he interacts with these elements together with other everyday objects, composing them and transforming them into a visual metaphor, where nothing is what it seems to be, in a hidden side, in an idea. It is some sort of "combinatorial art" in a Chema Madoz kind of way, but with a clear intentionality in the message.
Objectual scenarios, a kind of object sculpture stripping it of its initial utility, decontextualizing it and giving it a new meaning.
Habitat is the interaction of art with the problems of our world, an exploration, a search for the possibility, through art, to curb environmental damage and climate change, a reflection on these problems. Habitat is a starting point, a reflection on sustainability, the use of fossil fuels, environmental damage.
The artist develops in each work some initial feelings, reflections and intention, trying to move the spectators and leaving the final interpretation up to them.
A reflection that springs from the artist's soul, which is nourished by his life experience and experimentation. The love for the environment and the knowledge by the artist of the automotive world, generates this visual reflection that touches consciousness and promotes clean and respectful energy. The mobility trend cannot justify for the destruction of our habitats.