My work tells the story of the human condition through the representation of the body. In my pictorial universe, the human body, dancing or prostrated, whole or fragmented, has continuously transformed: body-landscape, embryo, geography of the intimate, sometimes headless or even faceless. It is anonymous, naked or draped in a fabric which echoes gesture. Gender is not relevant, although the feminine often takes over spaces. Body extremities inhabit the canvas. Distant face, hands, feet seen from above mark the threshold of our gaze. Nightgown and sheet brush against the naked body, but there are no tricks or affectations; everything alludes to a different temporality. Transparency, opacity, mirroring, shades of green and nude, earthy fabric; drapery becomes skin, allowing us into our first universe: a home, sheath for the self and for our intimacy.