I attack, give volume and colour iron using acids, chemicals and pigments of varied nature. Limiting the action of these but always leaving room for the randomness of chemical reactions that occur by virtue of being used as a base metal instead of canvas.
Such reactions are processes, controlled and accelerated that already exist in nature (the tendency of all metal is to return to the state it was in its origin, ie rust). These reactions vary depending on the chemical properties of each substance used. Thereby forming a microcosm-like textures that give the appearance of iron to be alive. I think of iron as if it were paper, both in the content I try to display and when handling or shaping it.