In the climate change era the environment needs new symbols to withstand.
We are in the century of the environmental crisis and my artwork is affected by it.
My research is focused on the relation between humans and nature and between the built environment and the natural landscape.
“Man is nature becoming conscious of itself ” (Elisée Reclus)
Since 2000 I’m constantly researching pushed by curiosity, finding connections between art and science, symbolism and environmental sustainability, anatomy and urbanism, bodies and cities, ecology and social justice, emotion and actions. I believe that multidisciplinary researches are needed. I support the idea that individual and collective freedom of thinking is a primary value. The objective of my research is to produce new visions, symbols and formulas, to make the invisible visible, showing the beauty of the hidden natural process as a contemporary alchemist that learns from the past.
My artworks are tributes to the ecosystems, I’m representing the non-humans, the world without us, a conceptual transition from an anthropocentric to an ecocentric view is needed. The aim is to convey the environmental and social urgency without losing complexity.
There isn’t just a method (I don’t follow a specific scheme for my work) but the artwork production process is mostly site specific and influenced by the contest, the people that I meet and the environment. The artwork can be related to searching materials and natural elements, observing transformations and simplifying ideas in shapes. Sometimes I’m looking for a delicate balance, others times for a heavy impact. A common operation in my work is to transpose natural elements from the landscape to the built environment, changing the point of view, the perception and the conventional meaning of the objects, with the clear statement: “Nature as Art”.