Born in 1989, Lisbon.
2009 – 2013 BA Painting at Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon
2011 – Erasmus Painting at Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia
2014 Group Exhibition, Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, Lisbon
2012 “ITS NOT BASEL BUT IT COULD BE”, Artistic Residence PDC, Lisbon
This is not a statement, for I have no answers but many questions.
[Question as an Idea]
[Object as a Question]
(How) can one’s perception of an object (2D/3D) be flexible?
(How) can a Sculpture or a Painting taint one’s perception of reality?
If the perception of a real object is based exclusively on sensory data, can one create intellectual reality?
Does one create its own veridically from one single 2D image/perception? Is perception reality?
Does the (idea/perception of an) object change depending on its surroundings?
Why should one focus on the object rather than how it is displayed?
Where should an object be placed for its full understanding/experience?
(How) can an anticipated knowledge be more significant than direct sensory experience?
If one looks at a question (object) long enough, one will eventually understand it.
Knowledge is the offspring of perception.