Turning my attention to what is not visible as such but is part of the experience of the world, shaping it from within. Tilting the point of view to consider what, in this experience, would otherwise remain in the shadows, imperceptible. This research, which challenges our perceptions, the very way we look at things, is at the centre of my approach. It leads me to probe the underside of social and cultural fabrics – aspects of reality that are hidden, forgotten, abandoned, or overlooked. Developed in diverse contexts, rooted in exchanges and collaborations, my art projects involve the participation of communities and individuals from different environments in the production of traces and narratives. I work through mobility, encounters, displacement of reference points and disorientation through the use of action, gesture, presence, listening, investigation, and the gathering of data of all sorts. Included in this approach may be drawing, photography, video, text, and the arrangement and assemblage of objects and documents. My body supports or peripherally guides this practice, as if it were necessary for me to test and physically take the measure of the fields and processes explored. In this way, I experiment with different states of attention and engagement.