The "Mona Lisas" arose from the dichotomy Tradition (by theme) x Contemporaneity (by technique). What is more classic than a (self) portrait? This initial dialogue is an essential creative process part.
Dear observer, look at the building and imagining the deconstruction. This is the collage spirit. By disorganizing to seek an artistic element organization. Unlike the painting, which is a blank canvas part, the collage process starts with finished images, which are appropriated by the artist, decharacterized, removed from their original context, and so re-signified. The "Some Mona Lisas" series is an image search result; newspapers, magazines, posters citations, tape use and other elements that providing alternatives to visual process. There are cuts, cutouts, tears, folds. Sometimes, it's like drawing by scissors. As the faces are structured, chance and sensitivity paths are opening. Intuition appears and the human aspect reveals ways and creating "kafkianas", unusual, unreal, nonsense situations. The face "personality" is created by a reference and sign miscellany.
These pictures are non-pictures. They are the non-representation in the signification encounter, seeking to sow the restlessness and doubt; finally, it seeks to portray the human subtleties, not the human being itself. Balloon- head, dolphin-eye, vegetable-woman, fish-head. We are formed by personality layers. We are fragments made up. We are cuttings. What is your?