I’ve been painting all my life, I remember as I was 12 years ago going out to paint under the bridges on the roads, put my tag, paint dolls and destroy walls. Things have not changed that much since that time, it is just that twenty years later, I put my name instead of the tag, and painting, in addition to my vice, is also my job.
Art gives me freedom, and I have the need to share it, that is why I do both in parallel, studio work and street work. The Streetart, the Graffiti, is for everyone, it is public art, art to share, to transmit messages. They are screams on the walls, dialogues with the street furniture. They claim the appropriation of the non-places, the space on the street, what is ours is for everyone and no longer belongs to anyone, it is usurped.
I believe that when we take something for granted and live without beiing sure or we do not know how to behave for sure, we are limiting our freedom.
I start from the base of chaos, I do not think we have to choose a technique, because this would limit us. When choosing a technique, you discard the rest. Chaos is my technique, which makes me free and accompanies my dialogue because even painting a penis in any way, in any space, could be coherently justified.
Hyperconscience, getting away from the ego, working for and for others, for space and time are my plastic motivations. I present a search for the essential truth in my artistic expression, starting with the medium, then the material I am using to give place to the form that serves as the motive. Painting that talks about painting. I am looking for objectivity in my conscious subjectivity.