My camera is a time machine. I like to think about my projects as the different parts of this machine. In this sense, my first pieces, which I consider the basis of the whole project, were about photography as evidence. In the following projects, I started to create new events about historical archives to extend their timeline and give them a new final chapter.
Later, I realized that changing the intention of an image also changed its reading, so I began to re photograph images, seeking to transform memory.
Information flexibility is the raw material of my work. The historical narrative is just a narrative and not reality, behind the discourses there is always a voice, a situation, an age, a gender and a time, that are personal truths and have the power to influence the life of society, shaping its customs, but the past can always be reinvented if we look at it in a different way.
I want to change history.