My artistic practice, essentially eclectic, is a reflection of the condition and the place I inhabit in the world, it is an extension of my own being. I conceive art in any of its forms, as a means of realization and connection. Realization because it provides me with a tool for introspection, self-absorption and expansion; connection, because it allows me to connect, to fuse my identity as a woman, mother, artist, communicator, researcher. My practice is a personal exercise in continuous search.
That is precisely why my foray into painting, sculpture, engraving, drawing, art book, writing and project design, became the expression of a vital need. It is a mode of communication and exploration on the routes of my own ontological map. Making art is a way of connecting with what surrounds me, but above all with myself, with the intimate questioning of “who I am?”, and with the response inhabits everywhere and manifests itself in innumerable ways.
Through experimentation I build and rebuild myself over in a kind of continuous resonance in multiple dimensions. I feel that the creative process, from its origin, from the idea, -materialized or not-, is transformative and it gives me great satisfaction when I manage to transmit my process and the tools I use so that other people could weave their own experiences of transformation.