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1. Tell me about something you liked as a child.

 What I liked most as a child was reading.
I remember very well that curiosity that today I maintain about the content of all types of books, the bigger the book, the better!

2. Who is your favorite writer? (Art, books, games, etc.)

 If I have to choose just one writer, which is very difficult for me; I would choose the philosopher Carl Gustav Jung,
He has opened many doors to my knowledge of the human mind.

3. What was your personal motivation to work on art?

 For me, the opportunity to contemplate art, as well as the creative process itself, is my main motivation, it is something that I have been passionate about since I was a child.

4. What is the important part you would like to talk about through art work?

 Through my creations, very marked by the human and feminine concept, I try to reflect that invisible energy that keeps us moving, “dreaming” in a constant range of emotions and personal improvement in search of the perfect idea of the individual who progresses in the continuous effort of its essence to transcend.

5. Please tell us about your worldview in order to understand your work. And what methodology do you use to express it in your art?

 I strongly favor a philosophical and spiritual vision of life, in which for me there is much more invisible than visible to the material view of this plane of consciousness. That’s why I try to add this “energy” to my works through bright lights and colors.
6. Your work seems to talk about human interaction in digital space. I imagine that the experience of the body in virtual reality is different from the experience of the body in the real world. Tell us about the digital space and the body as you envision it.
 Yes, since I was very little I have been influenced by everything digital, since I have a lot of affinity for video games and all kinds of virtual, digital and technological worlds, which is why more than a year ago I created a collection of robot women created with AI and a dynamic smartcontract in which you could acquire your AI girl and give her a own name, since in the future I imagine a full coexistence between both types of intelligence, obviously our reality is increasingly digitalized and that is being seen in all social spheres worldwide.

7. Why did you start NFT ART?  

 It is very curious because I started in NfTs in 2020 since I had a community of artists for years in which I helped them share their art and spread it on social networks, while at the same time I was starting my cryptocurrency portfolio through video games. , then one day by chance I discovered NfTs, and my artist community and the cryptocurrency community merged into one. I started as a collector and helping other artists to become known until one day I was encouraged to share my own designs as NfTs on opensea and in less than a month I started selling them.

8. What is the most memorable moment while doing NFT ART?  

 For me the most memorable moment was my first exhibition of my work Dream Fantasy on giant screens in New York during Art Basel in Times Square in September 2022

9. What do you think about the risk of hacking while working on NFT art, and what measures can be taken to prevent it?

 I think it is very important to be cautious with any type of website that uses a connection with your wallet, always make sure that the source is reliable, since many times it seems safe, but it is not. So the best advice I can give is to keep your eyes wide open and you know, DYOR.

10. What do you think is the role of an artist today?

 For me, the Role of an artist today should be the same as artists of all time, above all, to innovate, never close the doors to new ideas and reflect the individual and collective reality of the time in which we are living here and now.
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