My work involves a process of dissection, a discovery of objects and materials in all their layers, to a point when I can see them from the inside. I’m describing an unfolding of their plasticity, their history and function, and everything at once. I often do this in a process of poetic reorganization of my practices of collection, systematization and indexing of everyday objects and materials altered by industrial, natural, chronological and atmospheric processes — I emphasize their singularities, the things that make them unique. Sometimes, I freeze them in a specific moment of my analysis; or I experiment with them, forcing them to engage in dialogue with other objects, creating narratives that can be either documental or fictional. Within a practice with a strong focus on the process, I use video, photography, ceramics, sculpture and installation to address my different interests: the idea of time as a medium and metaphor; salvage; the obsolete; the experiences between the industrial and the organic, between craftmanship and mass production.