artist statement
My art is a playful invitation to embrace mistranslations, uncertainty, and simulations. In a world of flawed language, I aim to smash oppressive frameworks and create moments of linguistic displacement. My work celebrates the power of culture machines. Translations that shape new perspectives into possibilities. I long for status-quo earthquakes, to work with the unexpected, to dance with data, and to become non-human. In my work, I have made machines that allowed me to move like a bat /|\ ^._.^ /|\ to be judged by a pelican and to cry with an asteroid.

I practice interdisciplinary, research-based art through time-based new media, expanded cinema, performative, participatory, interactive sculptures, poetry, and installations. I focus on the intersection of geopolitical and cybernetic spaces—creating bridges between landscapes, systems, and experiences. 

I use humor, serious play, and absurd interactions as communication tools. I am guided by non-human perspectives, geological matter, and speculative futures. I invite multistate sights to challenge present perspectives through plausible nonsense possibilities. I engage in the ecology of media and strive to make living art — an ever-changing, never-done process. I accept pain, laughter, and boredom.
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These are my fluid notions in a constantly evolving creative space.
I am an interdisciplinary artist on an unending path to acquiring skills through collaborative experiences. My expertise in video production stems from DIY-sharing online communities. I see freedom in experimental media, as it enables me to break down language barriers, access exclusive spaces, and control the message. Homage is not my style, but I always look for surprises to inject into my art.
is paramount when embarking on fearless explorations of new knowledge with naive zeal. Scientific journals, research papers, and active listening inspire me to articulate stories in undiscovered realms. I derive immense pleasure from expressing myself in unprecedented ways. Talk like a pelican, feel like a snake, move like a bat.
In the unforeseen, we can break free from static mental states. In the unanticipated, we can unleash our imagination to novel territories hitherto inaccessible. 
Today, our appetite for authenticity makes media capable of suspending our state of disbelief and tapping into our natural truth bias, rendering us more attentive. Our interaction with the present creates an intimate relationship between the masses and the individual. Telepresence enables us to be far apart yet brings us closer than ever. Our constant streaming of data and live consumption enables us to be present in multiple places concurrently, accelerating our perception of time. This immediacy allows the sender and recipient to share a third place, the image projected at the other end.

The third space inhabits the chaos needed for life; the possibilities of human interaction through computer vision and user interfaces in the game engines, industrial simulation software, and generative AI serve as new tools in my search for living forms of art making. Growing up in a culture of invention and mixed culture. I thrive in hybrid systems, which allow me to see the bridges within new technologies rather than the borders. 
For engagement, I employ interactivity to invite viewers to participate in the exhibition or experience. Engagement disarms the audience, allowing me to inject ideas, metaphors, and perspectives into their cognitive spectrum. I utilize engagement to emphasize form and liveliness, inducing moments of introspection, foresight, retrospective thinking, and future visions.
Cybernetic philosophy
emphasizes the power of thinking as a central force in shaping our reality. In this perspective, the mind is not just a passive receiver of information but an active agent that constructs and interprets reality through cognitive processes. Cybernetics views the mind as a system that continuously interacts with its environment, and feedback mechanisms are crucial to understanding the mind's behavior. Thus, our thoughts and actions are interconnected; any change will affect the other. By harnessing the power of thinking, we can shape our reality and create new possibilities for ourselves and others. This approach encourages us to explore new ideas and push beyond our limits to achieve our full potential.
Integrated complexity
is a concept in psychology that describes the interconnectedness and interdependence of different aspects of a person's identity and experience. This idea drives my desire to explore and express the interporality of being. The notion that our experiences and identities are not fixed or isolated but rather interconnected and constantly evolving is central to my artistic practice.
In this sense, I view myself and others as cybernetic organisms, constantly adapting and responding to the environment and the experience feedback loop. By embracing this interconnectedness, I am able to explore the complexities of human experience and the ever-changing nature of identity. Through my art, I seek to challenge the notion of a fixed self and instead embrace the dynamic and interdependent nature of being.
Moving beyond the realm of psychology, my artistic explorations also extend to the philosophy of space. Space is not just an empty void but a complex and dynamic entity that shapes our experiences and perceptions. I am fascinated by the relationship between space and experience and how our perceptions of space are shaped by our physical and cultural surroundings.
In my art, I seek to explore the intersections of physical and virtual spaces and challenge the boundaries between them. By creating immersive and interactive installations, I invite the viewer to become an active participant in the space and explore the complexities of their own perceptions. Through my exploration of space, both physical and metaphysical, I hope to encourage a deeper understanding of the interconnections between ourselves, our surroundings, and the world at large.
The philosophy of space examines relationships with the physical world around us. It recognizes that space is not just an empty container but a dynamic, interactive entity that shapes our experiences and perceptions. This philosophy views space as a living organism that is constantly changing and evolving, just like our minds and bodies. By understanding the nature of space, we can better understand ourselves and our place in the world.

The philosophy of space also recognizes that our perception of space is subjective and influenced by our culture, history, and personal experiences. Therefore, it invites us to question our assumptions about space and consider alternative ways of understanding and interacting with the world around us. By doing so, we can create new possibilities for ourselves and transform our relationship with the physical environment.

Culture Change!

Curiosity fuels many ideas and propels me to search for knowledge, leading me to embrace interdisciplinary skills. My previous stint in Campeche taught me about the potency of collective power, whether collaborating or learning from someone. This power has given me the ability to cope with the unexpected, and in that, I find the motivation to forge ahead in research and expression. I create art to facilitate different perspectives and mediate communication between people, animals, and geological. I aspire to become a culture-changing force that shares knowledge, represents diverse voices, and shapes our culture.