"It represents ‘the other way’ of perceiving the world and acting upon it"
Making art is a way of finding alternativepaths of experiencing and questioning life. It represents ‘the other way’ of perceiving the world and acting upon it.
Art is in fact the ultimate expression of an emotional movement that translates into the material world as a gesture-sign that creates bridges,like impalpable threads of light, connecting the real body with the dreamlike body and the emotional body. I am interested in exploring the way my bodies move creating a dialogue with the matter being clay or a piece of paper.
Matter is indeed very important for my practice as to give a body to the idea-spirit and to rewrite narratives, therefore as a mean to rediscover the core of being human and its relationships with the materiality and reality of the world, concepts that contemporary technology have often rendered obsolete.
The use of timeless archaic simple forms and meanings is central in my search as to find common roots and experience alternative ways of perceiving, thinking, feeling and ultimately exploring the contemporary self.