My work can be summed up in two words: “human nature”.
Nature, which at first sight seems to be the undisputed protagonist of my paintings, is always followed by systems of reproduction that use images as a process.
The interest in the technical reproducibility of images is in fact the basis
of my artistic research. This process is now crystallized in the image of gardens,
in a landscape suspended halfway between organicity and abstraction,
between nature and mankind.
The nature to which I refer is always mediated by the search for knowledge.
At the root of my works there is a technical or scientific image and a botantical drawing that becomes landscape.
A landscape that is in some ways flat, immaterial, and metaphysical.
Gardens are constructions fabricated of concepts; ideas cataloged and arranged
in different orders but from which we can see the touching attempt to find
safe places in the world.