I'm a designer.
My practice stands at the intersection between design, art and technology. As a designer, I tend to observe, question and transform inputs into outputs. By nature I tend to avoid labels, to evade boundaries, to challenge standard expectations and average goals. Even though many of my projects involve technology, I disregard it when redundant, when it disables critical thinking, when it offers an opportunity to be passive and lazy.
I like writing code as much as performing manually actions that are meant to be executed by a machine. More than that, I like to use language — in a broader sense — as a tool to frame, describe, explain, entertain, understand, reflect, twist, suggest, release, evoke, empower, control.