Flowers is a mutable paper sculpture of individual geometric shapes that can be strung together to create multiple combinations. It explores ideas of growth and repetition in the natural world.
Coral Reef is a prototype for an installation. I have used recycled plastic bottles to create an imaginary coral reef made up exclusively of plastic remains.
In Ripples, I have reimagined the undulations that form on the water’s surface. The installation is made up of 520 paper cutout elements, pinned onto the wall. These shapes project their shadows onto the wall, creating an illusion of three-dimensionality, as if the piece was extended beyond the wall onto which it hangs.
The urban art project Oye, mira! is an invitation to look through the fence, where grass, weeds and a couple of trees grow on an empty lot, an urban space nature has slowly started to conquer