I start from my experience as a daring cyclist, who sees and discovers the city where I live with a mobile perspective; with freedom of street circulation and inaugurating new visual routes (the bicycle gives me wings).
In this way I relate dissimilar spaces, generating urban signifiers that have been little explored. The photographic fruit of this has been exhibited for the last 5 years and, like many artists, on social networks.
The faces and facades of the houses and housing estates in Lima that I show reveal the aura of their inhabitants. Each exterior aesthetic communicates with the interior and in turn often returns in a dramatic way: it shows the class difference of Latin American cities, it shows the vulnerability and fragility of our urban ecosystems (capitalist gentrification), or the dramatic but resistant conditions of the popular everyday life (neoliberalism rulers).