I’ve always felt as if I were wind. I’m drawn to this meteorological phenomenon which has no visual presence, which has no shape, which has no place and which you don’t know when it will come, but which has an unattainable force. For me it is the key element. For me it is a passion which I have worked on and which I have tried to dialogue with through sculpture, looking for models in mobiles and wind pieces.
We cannot see the wind, but we can see where it passes, we notice it. We feel that it makes us move and that is my quest: to create small body sculptures that speak with the wind. The pieces move with the force of the wind, they are jewellery pieces that are alive and their gears set afloat emotions. This project is a way of being grateful to the wind and a way of conversing with life.