"This series of works was born from the aesthetic research on the Inca Culture.
A visit to the National Museum, where there were important samples of textiles and archaeological metals, was decisive for the development of this series.
In the sample, it could be seen that the Incas dominated geometry, symmetry, and color.
They worked in harmony with mother earth to obtain raw materials, were diligent goldsmiths and had a refined taste for aesthetics.
From this arose a proposal to present kineticism with a more demanding craftsmanship, under a thinner line.
This allows to increase the frequency of chromatic events under simple geometric figures that simulate the ancestral textile weaving.
Under a more contemporary color palette, and with certain dynamics of geometric volumes, captivating chromatic vibrations are proposed.
Today we are pleased to work under this same light, to generate works of art full of color, light and kineticism".