ARVET (2019)

When I was a kid, my dad always wore a tie, at work, after football training, at breakfast. The suit and tie shaped my image of how a man would dress, and what job an adult should have. As children we are shaped by our parents and our expectations of life are founded, as we grow older we discover that expectations may not be matched, that expectations are discrepant with the life we ​​really want. The portrait with ties represents this social heritage, the creation of identity and the expectation of everyday repetition and predictability.