"The character who climbed on the platform of my research is that Medea by Euripides and that of Pasolini. I tried to express the attraction that arouse in me the divine barbaric ancient, especially that of the rites and magic, the enchanting beauty of places in harmony, without perversion and deception, authentically entrusted to the embrace of nature, and I knew that nobody has desecrated. Are the places and the dawn of the sacred rites and human, filled with anxiety and mystery, between life and death, between dream and poetry, bitter or sweet. My paintings-sculpture, on Medea's story, female and male, inseparably, are filled with totem, scriptures, nodes, lines, often interrupted, teetering between what is definable or barely noticeable or unknown."