LIVES AND WORKS
LIVES AND WORKS
My artistic research goes into investigating feelings, the invisible and often neglected part of the human being: drives, fears, thoughts, anxieties, joys, trying to elaborate shapes and colors to represent them, being well aware of the difficulty and perhaps the "lucid madness" of such a quest. Likewise, I observe the dynamics of our society and how social relationships shape individuals and the difficulty sometimes of adapting to them. Since I was a child, son of two worlds in some ways antithetical, I seek the symmetry of opposites, as a metaphor for life, the uniqueness proper to each individual, opposed to the widespread unique homogenization model.
A great lover of technology whose evolution I’ve been following for more than thirty years, fascinated by the enormous possibilities it offers in the artistic field as well, I prefer, in my artistic production, canvases and colors, the matter. I see in the dominant dematerialization that permeates the homo technologicus life, a dehumanization, the path that will lead man to be dominated by the technology he created.
Lines and geometric shapes continue to be central to my artistic production (memories of my father's job, engineer designer of machine tools, he used to keep me sitting on his legs when he drew at the drafting machine), in them I see a strong and immediate, almost primordial, symbolism.
WHO I AM
Life and emotions in lines, shapes and colors. My "lucid madness" in a few words.
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