I was born into a dimension where “Giorgio De Chirico” already existed, the Mona Lisa, the Impressionists, the Dadaist movement. Thus, I chose the limit of suggestion, mixing a little of my personal life with the intellectual, searching inside myself and others.
It was necessary to look internally and change spectators’ rational perception. In my oeuvre living things are absent, whereas inert or “fantastic” things are present. In this hyper-reality, the present, the past and the future coexist; one only has to look more deeply.
Understanding my work is as simple as feeling love. It is achieved through the seduction of reflection and emotions. My sculptures are playful, whimsically paradoxical. They create a universe in which nothing exists; everything is suggested. The true oeuvre is held captive within the sculpted metal. In writing visual poetry using an ancient manual craft, I enamor the eye with the mystery of the impossible.