In 1989 I developed a painting technique based on the dry monotype process. On top of a sheet of transparent plastic, diverse motives, elements and areas of solid colors are painted in layers of acrylic paint individually.
These juxtaposed layers become a film thick enough to resist its transfer to a cotton canvas and/or linen after the application of an acrylic medium.
This technique ensures control and distancing enough to build the images as it offers a painterly result to the surface of the paintings.
The importance of these findings opened significant doors for the development of my language and concepts in paintings and remain present in my studio practices.