What is Dreamoskopia and what does it do?

Dreamoskopia is a photographic camera whose lens is sensitive to dreams. The photos produced by this camera are the graphic representation of our unconsciousness, our dreams, desires, feelings and even fears.


When did you first start playing around with collage art?

Since I was a little boy I have experienced with art a lot, especially with plastic representations. My first collage, I do not exactly remember, but I surely was about 4-5 years old, then it was when I began to be interested in art as a way to express myself.


Who and/or what inspires you and your work?

All my personal life inspires me, the events that happen to me every day, my problems, my sorrows and my joys. I work when I need to vent and express what I feel. Music and smells inspire me a lot too.


What's your creative space like?

I do not have a definite place to work but I like to be alone and in a quiet place; I like the walls to be white and quiet music normally. The presence of plants also helps me a lot for the workflow.


How would you describe your creative style or theme?

I consider that I have an onoric style, subtle, poetic and romantic. In my most erotic side, I try to make pornography without being vulgar. I like that it can provoke excitement in people but, at the same time, it is not essentially masturbation material.


What are some key things you consider when creating pieces?

To me, the most important thing is to start creating at a point that I really want. The most important thing to me is to let things flow and work when I need it, and that nothing interrupts my workflow.


Without giving up all your secrets, what is your artistic process when creating a work?

I do not have a definite process, each work is a new experience, but finding good material before you start creating is basic.


If you could collaborate with anyone, who would it be?

Wes Anderson and Tim Burton.


Aside from creating your artworks, what else keeps you busy?

I am a photographer and a graphic designer, I write a blog about nutrition and vegan recipes called La Pasta no Engorda. Also I like to read, enjoy people I love and live the present.


Any recent, current or future projects we should know about?

I'm working on several non-normative style pornographic projects.


Based on your experience, what advice would you give someone looking to start making collage art?

I would tell them that, if they make collages, make them as they like to, based on their own volition and everything else will come.