In a time where the absence of land is an everyday phenomena, I find the opportunity to look for places to stand. Slight Ground is a body of work that I have been feeding for many years. Now, eight years after the first approach, I keep going back to these concern: to find a methaphorical place to live.


An affective exploration guided by intuitions as: Borders (Mental and Geographic): cartesian plane as an horizon divided by a straight vertical line (verticality as an absurd dwelling in response to an occupied horizon); the material and immaterial weight of the world and body; an inmobile migration, etc.