My artistic work looks for inspiration by reflecting on the existential dimension of man in the world, both the subjective and the social. What I mean is that the transfigured human form, present in my work, reflects these questions and concerns. Affections, a relationship with the natural and social world, and above all, with the psychic world.
I look for inspiration through the language of textile, from the creation process, through the embroidery, the sewing, the fabric, the age-old manufacturing of human cultural tradition, a path of expression that reflects the concerns of human existence: madness, fears, anguish and our intimate relationship with the natural and social world.
These worries accompanied the man of yesterday and accompany the man of today. It is my intention to propose reflections on these topics, in the contemporaneity in which we all live and share lives and emotions, where we are searching for freedom and ways to survive the uncertain and unpredictable. This is borne out by the fact that we are living with the emergence of new pandemics and the constant threat of environmental and social problems that affect our everyday life.
So, I think artistic creation is today and always has been, a way that men have found to transcend determined finitude and build poetry and beauty in a hostile world inhabited by the mystery of existence.