Babelia _ 2018 _ blown glass and neon wire _ 60m2 _ London, UK

Utopia and Heterotopia _ exhibition _ 2018 _ cyanotype on paper _ 145 x 370 cm _ London, UK

“The exhibition "Utopias and Heterotopias” takes the title of a Michael Foucault lecture and examines notions of power, control and domesticity. Here, autonomous art objects behave as portals to "placeless places", a concept used to define unreal, virtual places that allow one to see one's own visibility. Within this perspective, I explore notions of metaphor, representation and ideals in relation to the architecture of the site, a Victorian house in Peckham. The work and the setting interact, altering their meanings, and allow an emotional experience of the space that goes beyond the strictly physical. In other words, the representative objects both invite and refuse the viewer at the same time, escaping definition, and by doing so, challenge the viewer's experience of them.” 

Souvenir from Babelia _ 2018 _ collodion on aluminium  _ 21 x 29,7 cm

Babel _ 2018 _ mirrored blown glass _ 20 x 20 x 250 cm and 20 x 20 x 200 cm