I dream captivating artworks that stimulate the senses, combining various disciplines and collaborating with artists, architects, musicians, writers, performers, scientists, and researchers to create extraordinary experiences and perceptions. These artworks transport viewers through a realm akin to the enchanted Wonderland that Alice discovered when she stepped through the looking glass.
Influenced by a wide range of Italian and international contemporary artists, I explore the concept of spatial perception to redefine and rediscover opportunities to play a humane role in it. For instance, a floating mirror on a vast canvas painted in serene blue projects the surrounding space, propelling visitors beyond the event horizon, comparable to a “white hole” where spacetime distorts. Art becomes a gateway to new interpretations and new analyses.
Another approach involves transforming a mundane wall into a window that reveals the metamorphosis of a non-place into a space where human presence becomes the essential algorithm for comprehending that we are not merely occupying a place, but rather, we are the embodiment of space itself.
To quote the words of Buddhist philosopher and teacher Daisaku Ikeda, when we perceive the ordinary from fresh perspectives, we become capable of seeing the invisible, believing in the incredible, and receiving the seemingly impossible.