My actual work is about memory. Tattoos as much as mental landscapes inscribed somewhere in the body, mind and heart, shaped by the different perceptions, emotions and observations woven, layered or loosened over my own story.
I am fascinated by the fragmentation, the sound of crystal or glass on the floor, not from the perspective of late, irreversible and fractured but the most promising of resilience, openness and continuity.
I like the fragments of this lost unity and try to glimpse among parts are broken, the reinvention of a unit.
It is this musicality that I seek in painting, a fluid and poetic act of resistance against a tangible world that tends to shape itself according to what he has and not what it is. A mystery that accompanies us in time. To Multiple to each and common to all.