My practice has focused so far on similarities between people from my generation and unused spaces of modern cities. I have been drawn to these spaces because I see my generation and myself reflected in their lack of a clear identity—they are neither functional parts of the city nor abandoned wasteland. I realized they evoked a sense of uncertainty similar to what I felt from my portraits, since the role of both these spaces and my subjects is ambiguous in their context. Discourse is located at the intersection of identity, territory and historiography.
I am a Spanish artist who grew up in a small suburban city in the greater Madrid area. I hold a BFA in Photography from TAI University in Madrid (2020) and I am the recipient of the Lazare Family Grad Award in Photography (2021).