Stop-Motion is a journey of the senses.
You need to touch it, to slowly taste it, to look at it from its multiple points of view to be able to grasp its true essence.

Stop-motion is a condition.
It is a still image that in every single frame recounts a story, a feeling, a moment in time.
It is a state of being, a need for calmness when everything else is in continuous transformation.
It is the need to stand still.
Each fragment is touched upon by the same light:
infinite movements of the body and abstract wanderings of the mind.
Solo Exhibition 2016