La lettera di mio padre, acrylic on canvas, 200×135 cm
Non ricordo mio padre, acrylic on canvas, 80×120 cm
Non ricordo mio padre #2, acrylic on canvas, 80×120 cm
Untitled, acrylic on canvas, 50×50 cm
A casa tutti bene, acrylic on canvas, 50×60 cm
Facciamo chiarezza, acrylic on canvas, 60×50 cm
Non riesco a saltare la corda, acrylic on canvas, 60×50 cm
The sense of my work is portrayed through a continuous dialogue woven between memory and space, in a dimension of quantum uncertainty. The themes take their roots from autobiographic events, manipulating disconnected memories and juvenile fears, delineated in the figures of fragmented girls, to evocate the falsehoods that lie within vague memories. The other figures used, inspired by old vintage photos, are painted in shades of grey. Purposely abstracted from their own context; reminding us of suspended dialogue with the present day. As with all my work, the observer is invited to create his own feelings, freely and independently, inside the white portion; the absent space. For this purpose the painted portion creates disorder of thought, with unstructured figures and disorientated signs. Transparency and overlapping creates simultaneous visions which move the observer away from the crux of the action: reminding us that nothing could be real or definitive, as everything passes through our own personal filters which reelaborate and multiply their significances to us.