These images are the record of artistic interventions in the beach using ephemeral sculptures made of reclaimed objects that I find during walks in the area. I place my constructions in the sand and then wait for them to get in touch with the sea, documenting the results of the interaction between this two elements with photography.

By altering the order in which these elements are placed, the objects and the landscape are transformed before me, acquiring a new meaning –in the same way that one can alter the meaning of a sentence by modifying its syntax– something I interpret as a manifestation of the fact that the beach is a space in which everything becomes ephemeral.