In my lyrical poetry the fragmentation of words on the page embodies the scattering of the self into multiple voices and identities.
My experimental poems are non-linear and destabilize the traditional flow of romantic verse.
The multiplication of puns, the juxtaposition of polysemous --and at times contradictory-- phrases weave and unweave a fabric of unsettling images.
In my intermedial practice visual, verbal and musical arts intertwine to give rise to a heterocosm in perpetual change. My videopoems dramatize the dispersal of language in motion.
I am inspired by Hart Crane's fusion of Romanticism, Symbolism and Modernism in a "transmemberment of song", by Robert Duncan's "grand collage", by Paul Celan's fragmentary works, by Octavio Paz's surreal romantic love lyrics and by Rosmarie Waldrop's postmodernist prose poems.