Art and artistic processes run between fluctuating and blurred lines, not stagnant compartments. My printed work is inclined to talk more about the process rather than printmaking or photography as traditionally rigid terms. I believe that the boundaries between disciplines are not as defined in current times, constituting a weak line, sinuous or blurred. The industrialized world along with the search for the meaning of art itself, allowed the development of works in a series, production with reproductive capacities and the birth of multiple copies from a single matrix. My printed work has systematically engaged in several pre-industrial techniques (engraving, etching, drypoint), industrial (lithography, off set, screen, derived from photographic processes) and postindustrial (electrophotography, digital art). With this in mind, my work could be perceived through the lens of intertextuality and the convergence of contexts from which I have worked throughout time in various settings and mediums yet addressing similar issues.