Beside a constant study, oriented in parallel to the stylistic experimentation and the technical improvement, I have always wanted to preserve a space without any excessive use of technology. As a monastery,inaccessible and independent, where itís admitted only what itís produced with oneís own strength. In this ideal space, I have only a pencil that tries to challenge my abilities day by day: with it, I reduce the expressive possibilities, trying to belong to the whole humanity, with no distinctions. Because in every house thereís a pencil or an other instrument that leaves a mark: in an isolated village of the contemporary China, as in Wang Bingís representations, or in New York, capital city and point of reference of the modern society. In this way, the pencil becomes the most democratic instrument because, using it, it can be shown to everyone the life weíre going through, with intensity.
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University of Perugia
School of Arts, Humanities, and Cultural Heritage