Through the use of books —as objects, as containers, as metaphors— a dialogue with the written text is established, in order to break the rigid linearity of its format, and therefore to widen the concept of what it is thought as a book and what it contains. It comprises an intense debate around visual and material dimensions of language. If language forms thought, freeing the limits of language in every single direction will increase the scope of thought.

A meticulous sculpting procedure of cutting overcomes the task of selecting and reassembling words
as embodied pieces of text. Language transmutes into malleable material subject to construct new
meanings outside the pages of a book.

These works belongs to a series called Statement, as it is sometimes difficult to explain the work but with
the work itself. It brings combination of words and the structure of language to sculptural dimensions.