In the dialogue between spirituality and science, in the transformation between nature and artifice, my artworks conceived as a continuous generative state, shaped by the effects of influence between matter and
environment, following a profound interconnectedness between subjects and contexts.
Over time, it has been the elementary forms of light and gravity, the metamorphic processes of erosion, geomorphology, climatic, and atmospheric events that have caught my attention as liminal zones capable of bearing witness to an interplay between the microscopic and macroscopic worlds, narrating a fluid realm tainted by relationships.
Today, my research is specifically directed towards these dynamics, contextualized within the intricate
relationship of Alpine glaciers with the current climate crisis.
Therefore, my artistic research is directed towards the environment as a method of investigating natural contexts, whether more or less influenced by humans. Similarly, it is an attempt to place and to rediscover a humanity that engages in the interaction between cultural and natural heritage, rediscovering the informative value of natural forms in their individual and collective existential meanings.