The work Tulip on Tower shown me the point of view of the Tulip from the top of the Tower. From there It vividly appeared me how the countryside and nature had been violated by the city and industrial areas wildfire expansion, suffocating it under a concrete sea.
It was necessary estrange myself from ideologies and thinking on how a flower or a plant looks and from which pure point of view could be possible to feel and see absolutely. This is the feeling that led me to work on NATURA EX TINTA, an attempt to exchange points of view that opens up to other perceptions (sounds / recordings of noises, human voices, tactile materials, branches and sediments) – which interacts with the historical and visual memory of humans. It is a total installation, in which the Tower becomes a single body / container / critical tree.