I wouldn't say that I'm doing graffiti, because I'm doing more mural paintings and urban art. I have been doing this kind of work primarily for the past five, six, seven years. I love to work in public spaces, because I love to communicate with people. I love to paint in my studio, but it's far more confined to my world. However, if I paint in the street, people always ask, “what are you doing?” Sometimes, people even want to paint together. There is always something surprising that happens. And this is what I love more than anything else, doing something on the street in this kind of collaborative manner.
I worked more at my studio or, more so in large, shared studio spaces, to make these large-scale sculptures. I needed other artists to help me in realising their forms. So even for this collection, made in a studio and not on the street, more than just my hand had a role in the creation process. For me, there is always a collaboration with other people, other artists. And now, what I love the most is that people can interact with the pieces of artworks that I made inside for La Roca Village. People can touch them; some can even go through one of the sculptures because there is a small tunnel. In this way, I hope people feel closer to the sculptures. I hope people enjoy this relationship with the artwork.