A look inside
“X-rays of time” speaks about the acceptance of the changes experienced by our bodies over time. This is a constant, daily, yet barely noticeable reminder of the train on which we travel, a train which at some unexpected moment will reach its destination, leaving us on a station of mystery, ignorant of how our journey will continue.
I have always been fascinated by X-rays, by their peculiar texture and above all by the fact that they portray the interior, the unseen to the naked eye. In the same way, in these works I have tried to reflect the inner sense of the changes that I experience — the silent but steady demise of my body.
This series is the result of a reflection on maturity, the proximity of old age and death. This is a very significant work in my career, because figurative and abstract arts converge, a synthesis where everything I have learned before gains meaning and combines perfectly.