In my work I explore the behavioral and psychological aspects of man. Narrative tension unites my works: this is the result of an effort to understand our contemporary world, and it reflects my struggle to communicate it. The stories take many different hues: from social to private, from emotional to mental. The individual stories are presented in different ways, sometimes seemingly structured and at other times almost imperceptible. My work is based on strong planned narrative, with intense and complicated subtexts. It doesn't describe a mere instant, but rather an extended period of time, sometimes stratified, and full of stories drawn from the reality.
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