These paintings are made out of elements from specific places of my childhood. These elements are significant for my memory about those places. The paintings are part of an installation, mainly about childhood and memories.
We have all childhood memories. They haunt us at some time of our existence. It happens that they are bound to the memory of the objects with which we are connected to, objects filled with affect and with sentimentality, from which we sometimes have difficulty to leave. Here, we find a childish universe through painted places and clay objects. Places are recomposed, ordering fragments with their incoherence. Objects present a unified form and, it is by the narration, that the work of memory is made. We can also find a looped sound work , where we can listen to people’s description about their own childhood toys, asserts a grown-up, distanced position, in search of the memories which, little by little, become blurred in time.