Meaning surrounds us.

My early work aimed to unfold the beauty of the natural world, which is both spiritual and material, by blurring the boundaries between abstract and realistic, natural and antropic.

The submerged is a uterine dimension, yet endowed with vitality, innocence and rebirth.
The multitude – of bodies, shapes, elements – signifies another kind of submersion. Multitude renders subjects at the same time undifferentiated and unique, parts of a thriving and generous unicum.
Animal features contain elements of the human, so that humans can find themselves no longer lessened, but rather elevated and freed in a hybridised dimension.