SAGAPOesia Small series developed in July/2020 based on the concept of s’agapo (Σ' αγαπώ), which means ‘I love you’ in Greek. Inspired on the book Banquet by Plato, it questions how love can be expressed through objects, poetry, language, imagination, my body, other bodies. Love as a terrain that is always fertile, always unconditional, where eros is present in the little details.

Diotima (the only person who truly knows about love according to Socrates) says that love is not a god, but is rather a spirit that mediates between people and the objects of their desire. Love is neither wise nor beautiful, but is rather the desire for wisdom and beauty. Love is a great spirit. Everything spiritual is in between god and mortal.

It compiles drawings, either on paper, on books or on notes from a Greek class I had in my childhood (when I learned what s’agapo was), besides little sculptures or objects I made. After the series was finished, drawings were given to important people of my life who chose the ones they identified the most with.