I discovered that it is necessary, absolutely necessary, to believe in nothing. That is, we have to believe in something which has no form and no color—something which exists before all forms and colors appear. Shunryū Suzuki Every word…
A teacher, poet, writer, artist and musician. A man of many interests who enjoys the pursuit of understanding and the value of knowledge.
My writing and artistic endeavours concern themselves with transversal or intersecting narratives and the entropic nature of history within the scope of an antihistoricity that pulls at and questions the concept of an enduring authenticity.
My work is exploratory, investigative and polemical yet sensitive. I draw inspiration from surrealism, dadaism, ultraism and zen. I prefer to view the universe as neither complex nor simple, but instead as a series of poetic accidents and mistakes unfolding before our curious eyes. This is the principle that guides me, my personal narrative(s) and my work.