"I see my sculptural practice as an attempt to translate mental states, particularyl those linked to eeriness and fear - into objects and situations. Every object I use as starting point is somehow haunted by mysterious presences, or embodies unknown entities itself. I mean animals and technological devices - the latter often completely hidden - as metaphors of otherness, as ways of evoking the eeriness that is the sensitive quality I seek. Similarly, death rapsodically appears, manifesting itself as radical otherness, something that it is always present, but that becomes visible only under certain conditions. The human is always hinted, constantly put in relation with foreign entities that threaten its integrity, physical but above all mental, that question its status, reintroducing the imponderable and irreversible. Time is as if suspended: what is not immobile is in a loop, referring to a dimension where action is no longer possible."