"Exploring the boundaries of portraiture is the core of my practice. After visiting HM Pentonville Prison, I realized that I wanted to dignify the inmates for allowing me to draw them. As a draughtsman, I decided to go to a prison and discover/study emptiness.
My increasing interest in the marked and unmarked space has heightened the need for making new solutions for the self-contained object and the ground. Therefore, the marked and unmarked space is the unity of the division between mind and hand, and the subject is a reflection on memory."
- Juan Carlos, Wimbledon College of Arts
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