If ‘space’ is a device of interactive communication of a group of humans with themselves and the environment that surround them, I would like to think about my work as an open space, an environment created by our own impressions in the silence of the moment.
Unpretentiously, in contrast with a time filled with information, I would like through my art to allow oneself to feel free to look, to think and to feel.
Kandinsky said once «Every artwork is the child of his time».
Therefore where do we stand as an artist today? Aware of the changes to come, but awake of the purpose of art: a prerequisite for personal consciousness but also a shelter for contemplation.