Creating ceramic decorative objects cooked using the Raku technique "I create ceramic decorative objects cooked according to the Raku technique, native to Japan, which gives them a characteristic cracked appearance. The sandstone pottery came out of the oven still incandescent and this thermal shock produces cracks in the enamel layer. I then practice a smoke in the sawdust which, by tinting them black, reveals the pattern of the cracks, different to each piece. Boxes, vases and other cups are inspired by the forms of nature or Japanese culture, and its floral art (ikébana). They are decorated with prints that I make using different materials and tools of my invention. Fruits of the alchemy of fire, they are all unique pieces."