I consider art to be an activity at the crossroad of wider interdisciplinary influences; though different media and materials, I investigate the possibilities for art to connect diverse disciplinary fields: from ecology, folk/craft traditions to anthropological as well scientific activities.
In my art practice I have developed a keen interest in natural materials - that are at the core of my modus operandi - where you can “see with the hands”, an intense and attractive tactile dimension in experiencing the works.
My research originates from journeys through contexts that are very different one from one other. During these journeys and processes I am exposed and come into contact with different craft traditions that have been reworked through time , from person to person, through a subjective re-inventive pro-cess.

Getting closer to natural/vegetable textiles creates the opportunity for me to understand the cultural and material life in the urban as well the suburban context. Allowing me to enter into a relationship with the territory and the inhabitants from an ecological perspective

My art works are fully conscious of and responsive to ecological issues. In the making of my works I choose not to use anything derived from or based in synthetic and or polluting materials.
I am interested in discovering the potential of natural materials through the process of their transformation.

The manual component and focus on the properties of the chosen materials (with a particular predi-lection for natural ones) are at the core of my artistic practice. While I am making works that invite the viewer to experience their form , the ecological point of view I adopt also implies observational study of the related political and environmental problems, as well as geographical and territorial transformations that lead to their final manifestation. These eco- political are not explicitly visible in the outcome of my work, but are an integral part of my process, wherein the sculptural result is a final phase of the work.

My research involves a rigorous scientific point of view, observing and studying related political and environmental problems, as well as geographical and territorial transformations. As this research is not always explicitly visible in the outcome of my work, I am focused on an ecologi-cal way of working with materials as an integral part of the process wherein the sculptural results are the final phase of the work. P.A (2020)