I have a special attachment to objects of common use with a propensity to ordinary accumulation but always away from collecting's logic.
Objects interact with me merely with their presence and my principal interest in them is to document their state of being through paintings and sculptures rather than accomplishing specific projects.
My works point out different ways of looking at objects: from the first experiments I made, on objects generated by rapid prototyping technology, till the more recent works, that combine contemporary techniques such as laser engraving with more traditional techniques such as bas-reliefs in terracotta, I query myself about the levels of meaning that objects have in relation to their substance - essence;
In my research on objects / products I try to break the rules of historical classification through unusual combinations of techniques and not chronological arts. As a matter of fact the various techniques I use have equal importance as the subjects themselves as they give information about their intrinsic and extrinsic nature: space , action , use, track of time.