WORKS ON PAPER
These pieces have been developing as a corollary to the paintings and follow the same procedures, with minor adaptations. They are works that reveal the same language/process in which natural phenomena (diffusion, gravity, capillarity etc) are employed as constructing tools. Again, brushes are seldom used, and the flowing of the paint is usually guided by indirect means. The spaces thus created may easily be associated with the natural spaces, given that the mechanisms employed are the same as those used in Nature to construct a landscape, for instance, or else cellular tissues, corals, stellar gas dispersion etc. Here the traditional metaphor referring to the natural world does not apply, for we have instead a short circuit of meanings.