These works come out after years of research in both: art-design and craft-techniques.
The idea of paper been a sculpture takes shape on me slowly, starting from the every day using it, in drawings, watercolour, models or stencils till now in these sculptures.
It is an homage to an always companionship, silent and with no aims to be.
Technically, they are one of sculptures, forged with water and heat from an unbroken sheet, sometimes of 9 meters length, one or few of them together.
No glues or any bindings are used. They are made of Arches watercolour paper.
The latest Dx are the Alcoran Sculptures, metal artworks that are inspired in the Canary Islands landscape.
All these metal artworks included in the collection Dx & Mar-wave sculptures, emerge from a voyage from Southampton to New York. In the middle of winter and stormy ocean, dark , windy days. The sky and the sea become one, like metal sheets without beginning or end they fold and twist into endless shapes.
The Tec-Origami sculptures are related to the geometry: "Two people will never make the same angles". Abstract works as a 3D puzzle. Various metal plates in different sizes are previously perforated, allowing the metal to be bent and/or assembled manually to create a unique piece, using one or more metal sheets.
This "interactive origami metal" allows any user to be an active part of the artistic process.
Many of these sculptures have been designed and created for a place to be and the people that commissioned it. That means adapting to the circumstances, having limits and working in how to go about it with a technicians, team and with people who commissioned it.
As art works I try, the sculptures to capture a moment before it ends, a breath of life, a thought, an instant movement.
COLOR has another dimension to my usual work in modern art. It gives me some distance, which is somehow relaxing. It also allows me to share work with other artists from other disciplines, always becoming an enriching new experience.