“I believe that asemic visual poetry is the necessity of absolute participation and the necessity of thought, where the hand’s gesture and its Sign are allowed to move freely on the sheet, capturing vibrations of your own emotion and your own thought.
The work develops in its becoming, there’s no preparation, it’s an internal project that can also change in its making. It requires absolute mental and physical participation and focus. It is essential that the finished piece involves me in its authenticity from a form and content perspective and that it testifies to an emotional solicitation evocative of my memory.
This is my vision of asemic visual poetry.”