In my work, I made comments about worldwide social aspects, about cultural diversity and ethnic confrontation. I work with woodcut over gift-wrap paper. That support give the
conceptual charge to my art work, making cultural contrasts between characters and commercial images. They are also interactive works; the characters are mounted on magnet, on a metal surface. The intention is to make the spectator be part of the artwork, dressing or undressing the characters, changing social positions, or discovering what’s hiding behind them. The result: iconographic games, where the “less civilized” wear recognizable popular icons to the eye of the “civilized”.