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I am an Ecuadorian artist based in London.

My practice revolves around the exploration of symbolism, superstition, and belief. This exploration can take many forms: from simple woven lines and transparencies to embroidered fabrics filled with iconography and text, as well as photography and animation. My woven pieces represent the most abstract form of my practice, drawing inspiration from primitive shapes, marks, and traces—reflecting on both the past and memory. In my embroidered pieces, I aim to recognise the poetic and symbolic elements that emerge from everyday experiences, creating connections between the small and personal with the grand and celestial.

I am interested in the relationship between power and knowledge, where objects, images, and symbols can become instruments of power and, through this relationship, I create my own objects of protection.



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Woven Utopia Spring/Summer Issue   

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