At four years old, I would cut up cardboard boxes on the family lounge floor and transform the pieces into magnificent palaces. This was a game of imagination which fulfilled my solitary side. In my work, I combine sculpture and drawing. I find that these two formal approaches work for me. However, I undervalued for a while the importance of drawing, because it seemed “easier” in comparison to sculpture’s demanding planning and maneuvering. I think that their cohabitation allows me now to reach a balance between my first impulses and the elaboration of a more rational proposition.