Currently, my work is based around artistic drawing, in the development of different image treatments and techniques, and I also write fiction stories. I am interested in both the field of visual arts and literature, as well as the different types of relationships and crosses that can be established between them. I am also attracted to the accumulations of images, to the extent that they put in question their self-sufficient and isolated value.
The project I wish to develop would deal with some of the possible relationships that can be established between visual and verbal languages. The type of plastic work that I have been doing is of small format, on paper and has a mainly figurative character. They can be considered as visual poems insofar as they evoke ideas, images and sensations through the combination of text and image.
I live in Córdoba, Spain, and I work as a professor of artistic drawing at the School of Art “Dionisio Ortiz”. I have a degree in Fine Arts from the University of the Basque Country and I am a Doctor of Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid.
At the moment, I’m taking a master’s degree in Creative Writing at the University of Seville. I’ve done some fiction writing workshops at Fuentetaja Literaria, the Cursive School and at the Central Library of Córdoba; among others, I have had as teachers the writers Elvira Navarro and Mario Cuenca.