Living days of restraints, installation detail, 2020
When I moved to Brussels I decided to continue my pictorial practice inspired by the dynamism of color in its forms and materials trying to undermine the idea of support. I chose to work with waste materials from both the painting itself and the world around me by changing my vision of the creative process, reprocessing the painting, and its material. Over time, in fact, color has increasingly become a matter related to physical space rather than its support.
Living days of restraints is a project that focuses attention on the individual and the environment around him when sudden limitations or changes occur. The story through painting records what happens on the ground by stratifying materials and signs that speak of the process: the final installation is the physical reworking in the specific space of this macro-painting by asking the question about the allowed, the forbidden, and the traversability of a place.