I live and work in Milan, Italy.
My research relates to the human body through its postures as well as from an anthropological and existential point of view. I use a variety of visual languages ranging from painting to video installation, drawing and performance.
In my work the body, although aware of being a container, is often questioned as a content; it is precisely from this relationship of continuous exchange of two status, different but essential for each other, that originates the form and the space of my work, whatever visual language I chose to use.
I am interested in neuroscience and anthropology, and I have published the Manual of the human figure (2007). Ed. The Ori, Italy as well as, together with Ludovica Lumer, C’è da Perderci la testa, Ed. Laterza, Italy.