What drives my research is the idea of transferring the logic of the natural landscape to the stage and imagining the rituals that a body can construct while inhabiting that landscape. I extend the study of ritual,not only to its cultural and anthropological origin, but also to the body/flesh that becomes ritual itself.

My compositions are born from images that arise most of the times in an epiphanic way and that refer to a need to return to the origin, to the earth, to the sacred, to the animal... In fact, I can say that I compose rituals to understand the world around me and how the evolution of history has led us to the denaturalization of what we are.