My work has focused on the study of cartography as a mechanism for reflection and speculation of the physical-mental territory that the creation of maps involves, since they represent graphically and metrically a portion of the territory, and by means of precise lines it makes it possible to move in space, recognizing the near and distant surroundings.

This premise led me to make pieces based on fictitious maps; compulsive images similar to reproductive modules of nature, where a form replicates itself to generate an organism. In recent series I have explored the possibilities of the landscape as a mechanism of recognition with the environment, interested in decomposing and reconstructing a territory to form hypothetical and uncertain places.