The communication today does not give time and space to interpretation. For this reason I make synthetic landscapes and portraits, reduced to mere colours as it was described to a blind person. In this way, putting them on the same level, there is a kind of equality between those who have a sense and who’s not. I also try to provoke in the viewer a sense of loss, using Italian language but written in braille, incomprehensible for most sighted people, but paradoxically visually striking. Braille becomes a cryptic decoration of great visual impact, regardless of its decipherability.
I would like to make visual art not suitable for those who see but to the beholder.