"Pathways" arises from the investigation of primary structures that form the human body. Taking as the starting point the representation of these structures, through the scientific drawing which can be found in many books, medicine, anatomy, dictionaries, encyclopaedias, etc... Where explanations of internal structures of the body are given and how it is structured. They are models for drawings. Portraying aseptically physical components represent our bodies part by part: heart, veins, liver, and lung...internal isolated structures for its explanation, which are part of a whole. Metaphors of internal realities that are not seen but we know they are there. I appropriated these isolated elements, represented only drawing, which portrays, abstractly in many cases, details of our body.
Internal structures that suffer changes as time goes by, expand, contract, accelerate, Depending on what happens externally to the great machine, the individual. A romantic interest in the thinking advocated by Hegel, which characterizes how sensitive the demands for making visible interiority, to show what a person is while his shape coincides with his feelings.
The kind of person we are is shown through the kind of person we pretend to be, there is a limit to the potential of the cosmetics of expression, dressed up as an aspect of a sensitive person.
The interest in portraying the mark during that course of time. The piece speaks of the imprint where the outside around the individual changes the interior of the same. The internal structures, in a specified timeframe shrink, expand, accelerate, and become clogged, always according to a self movement and influenced by the outside of the individual. Fifty meters talks about an already started trip, and a part which has not been seen and has to be done, saying that the sequence continues, but we do not realize it at the initial stage. Pieces as moment metaphors, as metaphors of life, which turn to refer directly to the individual, its internal physical and psychological, always in relation to the circumstances and outer space.