"I consider art my home, the most precious thing I can have and the one I could lose with the most pain. A mountain that every time moves the height of its peak and no matter where you are, in the middle of the fog, beyond the river, on the ring road, the mountain is there, imagine the route, somehow you can only get closer. Extremely sentimental, every idea that is born develops out of need, through visions, urgencies and research. The intermediality of language and thought is for me a method of work and life. To meet and sometimes clash with each other. I consider my work as a large extended family, an opportunity to create relationships with space and with the beings who inhabit it. I believe in the political force of an image, I believe in the image as poetry, I believe in poetry as gesture, I believe in gesture as sculpture, I believe in sculpture as action, I believe in action as change, I believe in change as opportunity, I believe in opportunity as revolution, I believe in revolution as hope, I believe in art as all I can do."