For this Saatchi Altered States show, I’m using portraits of people in the UK and Mexico. Subjects are seen with their eyes closed, holding themselves in the intimate space between outer and inner identity – their presence contrasting with the implied austerity of passport photography.
The yarn interventions convey a hidden strength derived from openness and exposure, yet a sense of shared vulnerability can be experienced depending on the projected state of mind of the viewer.
Street Art collaboration with Canadian street artist Zola.
Fuerza Mujer, Mexico 2017
Portrait of the awesome Erykah Badu
America is Every Colour 2017
Experimenting with other mediums same 3D effect, using cempasuchil flowers.
Street Art Mexico 2016.
Arte Urbano Mexico 2016.
The earth is like a womb. Our disconnection with the earth translate into a kind of disrespect of the feminine. In violating the mother that give you life. As long as the feminine is diminished, the connection between us and the earth is going to be destructive. We must wonder about the connection of these increase masculinity that also puts so much pressure in our boys, that is translated into repeated violence or the love of it. We are creating a world where power is the only thing it matters. We need to understand the importance of making connections, the understanding of our intuition, the ability to see yourself in the eyes of other human being, then perhaps the world will understand about compassion
Streeet Art London 2015
Wonderful to see my work featured alongside top street artist around the world.