Water, air and fire are constantly transforming the Earth. The ceramics process is a simulation of the geological transformation: the clay mixed with water is modeled, dried and then fired at high temperatures (from 900 to 1300 °C). For the artist, Ceramics has a direct relationship with the planet and the human body.
Through his hands, the artist expresses his thoughts, ideas and emotions, modeling the ceramic body (clay) and creating works that depict a concrete moment of life. The pain, joy, anguish, happiness, wishes, traumas and dreams are subtly transferred to his work.
Each type of body contains something about ourselves: erotic, sexual, sensual, vulgar, repulsive, contemplative, manipulate, jointed are some of the bodies revealed by Art. The representation of the body, or its image, always has something about ourselves or the other.
Thus, the artist has multiple
roles in this scenario presented by the Art, from the role of a voyeur to an
anatomist, and mainly as a "god", who creates and manipulates the
body and can also transform the experience of this body in an aesthetic effect.
 SCHILDER, Paul. The body image: The constructive energy of psyche. Sao Paulo: Ed. Martins Fontes, 2000.