In this section a set sculptural works which are reflections on themes of memory, cognition and impermanence. I am fascinated by books, their meaning, their possibilities, their limitless potential on our imagination and motivation.

All sculptures are in single edition and available for exhibition loans.

MCI XXV - I, 2019

MCI XXV - I, Book from mid 1800 submerged in water from 5 Feb 2019, 620mm x 150mm (diameter), Edition of 1.

MCI XXV - I, Film duration 1.00 min

Final touches of Materia Oscura Arte Edition at Galleria Josè Rincòn in Madrid May 2019 - Cinematography by Victoria Marques Pinto

MCI XXV - II, 2019

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MCI XXV - II, Spanish Jurisprudence Repertory from 1948 with door handle, keys provided, 180mm x 250mm x 200mm (approximated). Edition of 1.

MCI XXV - III, 2019
Forever is Composed of Nows*


MCI XXV - III, Bronze clock shell, 350x400x150mm (approximated), Edition of 1.

*from a quote of Emily Dickinson

MCI XXV - IV, 2019
Treasured Memories of Love

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MCI XXV - IV, Arrangement composed by 2 DIMM cards and acrylic paint, 130mm x 100mm x 70mm (approximated).
Edition of 1.

The Duality of Truth - 2017
Between Aspiration and Realisation


Study 1, The Duality of Truth, Photograph applied on microprocessor, 50x50x5mm, Edition of 1

Is truth an aspiration? An ascension to perfection? The truth of God, the one and only Truth? 

Or is truth realised through technology? Through the answers of search engines? Is truth provided by television and social networks? 

The truth of realisation is billions of little pieces of information dissected and reunited to become “The Truth”.Tiny pieces travelling in all directions, processed by computing platforms and recomposed in our heads, by our cognitive tendency to fill gaps and make assumptions, by believing only in what we read and what we can see. 

With the advance of progress, aspirational truth, promoted by faith and religion, has been progressively ditched, in many cases ridiculed. The modern man began to believe that there is no other truth that the one he is able to produce, with consumerism advocating the ability to fulfil all needs of humankind. 

However, as “connection” increases we feel more and more alone and distanced from Mother Nature and our communities. Unprecedented diffusion, by mass media, of what today constitutes information (largely negative events), has contributed to the creation of fear and diffidence. 

Activities of computing platforms and management models, seeking endless economic returns, are driven by models that promote sub-optimisation and create injustice and damage to the environment, exploiting the most vulnerable communities. 

Today, realised truth is propelling extremism and has become a binary model of thought: its confirmation is the negation of any other possible option. But if man was fulfil realise his limitation, Truth should be better acknowledged as a continuum of infinite possibilities, in the values of Love and Respect for all humankind.

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