05/24

LIMINAL LANDSCAPE

Ceramics research on wild clay, volcanic matter and sugarcane ash glazes

PRODUCT
SCULPTURE
INSTALLATION

02/24

TEFRA

Sculptural light and exploration of volcanic stone
PRODUCT 

02/23

DAM VESSELS

Collection of water vessels designed with modular casting
 PRODUCT INSTALLATION

06/22

REQUIEM FOR A RIVER

DAE Degree project on the geopolitics of damming the Mekong River
INSTALLATION PERFORMANCE PRODUCT RESEARCH

12/20

SALINE ROOTS

An investigation on salinisation and mangrove deforestation in the Mekong Delta
INSTALLATION PRODUCT RESEARCH

02/21

SHIFTING SANDS

A participatory performance exploring the threats of sand mining in the Mekong Delta
PERFORMANCE RESEARCH SCULPTURE

06/21

TO MY SIGNIFICANT OTTER

A rewilding intiative on the conception of habitats for otters and multispecies
SPATIAL RESEARCH

03/21

AN ENDLESS RIDDLE

A short film and spatial reflection on the landscape of greenhouse horticulture
MOVING IMAGE

02/21

BLUE FELDTWARE

An experimental collection of stools from waste denim
INSTALLATION

02/18

TALES OF AN ESSENCE 

A participatory  installation and multi-sensory  experience on the herbal essence of St. John’s Wort
PERFORMANCE SCULPTURE RESEARCH

02/18

YOUNGER AMBER

Material explorations from pine resin and its luminous qualities
MATERIAL RESEARCH 

02/18

PEARLESCENT

Sculptural light installation
SCULPTURE 



LIMINAL LANDSCAPE


CATEGORY: Product, Sculpture, Installation
DATE: 05/24

PHOTOGRAPHY: Lazarillo︎︎︎
Made during a four-month residency at Casa Ceniza︎︎︎
In the quiet whispers of the earth, where shadows dance upon shifting sands, lies a delicate threshold between the past and the present. Here, the liminal landscape embodies a state of transition, where spaces intersect at the border of two distinct realities. Amid the obscure contours of a mountain range, a quarry, or a temple, lies a realm of ambiguity, where old structures dissolve, and where new ones have yet to form.

Through an investigation on wild clay from Tapalpa and Chiquilistlán, volcanic matter from Colima, and sugarcane ash from Tala, the body of work Bare Ground in the Liminal Landscape guides viewers in a rites of passage, contemplating on the blurred boundaries between extraction and preservation. In this exploration of subtractive, repetitive, and modular forms, objects of empowerment and spiritual resistance emerge, acknowledging and honouring the process of depletion, and paying tribute to sacred landscapes under transformation.