I am very sensitive and committed to collective, community and performative-relational art.
Performance is my privileged channel, but my practices range from illustration, animation and digital graphics, to artistic design (sculptural, costume design, scenography, museum and cultural education).
For all this, and not only for that, design is fundamental and it has for me a deep value: it serves to ask myself questions about how I am involved in what I know and communicate, as well as to translate my imaginations into plans and methods of action.
Designing fulfills the need to reflect on my experiences, and to me it is essential for choosing and sorting the resources needed to achieve the principles in which I believe. That’s how I govern my dreams: by giving them the shape of concrete ideas. Dreams are not the aim but the opportunity to recreate another purpose and a new activity method to achieve it.