House of snakes (2019)
One of the oldest and most widespread symbols of the world, the serpent, carries a multitude of meanings, related to the primordial vital force, cyclical development, and transformation. In all cultures, the symbolism of the serpent is one of the most complex, a true archetype, bringing together contradictory meanings – life and death, light and darkness, matter and spirit. It is the expression of all latencies, mysterious, unpredictable, with an extraordinary capacity for metamorphosis. Related to the human condition, the snake symbolically condenses the innermost part of our being, representing the roots of our soul and libido.
Lacking any kind of study in the artistic field but still with a motivation in continuous development from always and until now, I managed to achieve the performance of not losing a day without creating something. Letting myself inspired by everything that influences me- dreams, states, thoughts, feelings, unique moments- and using recycled materials from everything around me, I play as much as possible to create Original art in unique and revolutionary ways.