My creative line has drawn a path that has been widening and bifurcating into many others to return later to common places from another perspective and intention.
Starting from a figurative line of work, conceptual refinement led me to increasingly lighter and more abstract works, with abstraction, worked with different media at present, being the line of work that occupies the bulk of my work.
I consider myself a multidisciplinary artist, due to my permanent research and experimentation and to the fact that I have incorporated new media and languages as projects and works have demanded.
With a degree in Fine Arts, specialising in Painting, from the University of the Basque Country (Spain), in my beginnings I worked in painting and drawing with a figurative intention, from which I progressively moved away until, after a period of purification, I approached abstraction. In Bilbao I had my first individual and collective exhibitions.
In the 1990s I moved to Madrid, where I currently live, to study for a Master’s degree in Aesthetics and Theory of the Arts at the Autonomous University of Madrid. I also took part in the workshops of Contemporary Art at the Crculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, led by Chema Cobo and Nancy Spero, and was selected to participate in the exhibition Propuesta 92 (Madrid) and Propuesta (Amsterdam), where, interested in industrial waste, I presented a painting that gave prominence to matter.
New projects lead me to incorporate new media in my work, such as installations and performances.
I progressively incorporate photoengraving, photography, the photobook, the artist’s book, video and, more recently, virtual reality into my work.