The artist has no stylistic prerogatives. His artistic practice includes sculptures, paintings and digital media. Habitual gestures and thoughts are transformed into concrete images that reflect a subdued but profound human lifestyle, under the pretext of symbolizing a large social community apparently devoid of hidden realities. What is taken physically (and mentally), such as food or water, is questioned and translated into figurations that often do not coincide with the original intention. The naturalness of the body (and mind) of elaborating essential processes catalyzes itself in forms that are often contradictory, making material irony a recurring aesthetic feature. The seriality of certain works, on the other hand, distinguishes and affects the fluidity of the natural and elevates it to balance conceptually. Moreover, the repellent charge of some processes does not want to outrage the viewer but to act in an intimate shared vision.