The basis of my work is photography, I use different alternative and analog processes and intertwine them with ideas from this post-photographic moment. My practice criticizes the dominant discourse that filters through the constant interaction with social networks and the Internet. I point out to digital tools as a set of mechanisms that induce anxiety. I challenge the complex relationship between face, body and personal technology; by asking myself how the “I” and its performative identities are formed. In addition, I oscillate between material and digital elements that derive in multimedia installations. I make videos and performance; I use my body as a research entity, I am the digital self.
Within my latest research I question the notion and imposition of time in relation to the photographic epistemology.