The analysis of the pictorial layers of the architectural elements made by restoration technicians (stratigraphic analysis) is a way of interpreting the chromatic evolution of architecture and urban space over time.
The use of chromatic analysis for the creation of my works is a way to record the colors that belong to my past that in this work are intertwined with the colors of my current site. The clash between these colors generates an idealized representation of the local human figure, which I construct with brushstrokes, highlighting it from the two-dimensional white space. Layered lines are a representation of my interpretation of the environment, synthesizing the symbiosis between person and city.
The work presented in this contest is a result, in this case, of a non-scientific analysis, but a perceptual chromatic analysis of the space that surrounds me.
Through different techniques, my main points of practice in the creation of my works are the linear representation and the colors. Over time I have been classifying colors that have emotions with my past and elements that I add to the concept expressed in my works.
In my work, the linear representation of the human figure ceases to be an empirical element to gain greater importance being studied and classified as one of the main objects. With influences from Street-art and Pop-Art, my work has been acquiring different features and techniques: from the spray line on the wall to the brush on the canvas; of the classification and conceptualization of objects, to the interpretation of the relation of the art with the urban space.