Fernanda has approached ceramics from various angles ranging from industrial design, where mass production and hard structures come into play, to art, where she has the freedom to explore ideas and emotions.
Using her imagination to create anthropomorphic forms, Fernanda seeks to create figures that emerge from an overwhelming emotional density and question whether her subjects are marked by a dehumanisation that she apprehends as a general condition.
They hover in the realm of the in-between of human and non-human.
Qualities swirl about in this realm, like infusions of light and dark, but invariably they loom in a state of abject otherness.
In this state there is a quality of a fold of force and emergence in which questions are emitted.