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I graduated in chemistry 15 years ago and after my first experiences as a chemist I moved very naturally to dealing with art. My works are often modular, made from smaller components that can be assembled to give very different results. Molecules, cells, tissues, organs inspire the most complex compositions of some works. Those who observe the installations recognize something familiar, biologically inherent in each of us that moves and perpetuates itself. It is a positivist and pragmatic vision of life that wants to remember the joy and pleasure of being in the world. It is a personal practice that draws on memories and pleasant gestures: the constructions in wood and modeling clay that dry in the air recall childhood games, the sculptures soft to the touch, the bodies embraced and loved. My research is dedicated to this salvific and life-giving force.

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