Urban Fairy Tales
My series, Urban Fairy Tales, comes from the synthesis of dichotomous elements, such as urbanization and wild nature.
In the metropolitan scenario, characterized by cement and degradation, the imprint of man is strongly evident. Nature revolts and wild animals suddenly appear as ghosts reclaiming contaminated urban spaces, giving life to a surreal fairytale.
Another Point of View
A yellow school bus, the symbol of American normality and the sacredness of school children, escapes to the forest.  A deer stands proudly on the school bus.  The driver and the children are out of sight.  The deer, which displays the A of “anarchy”, symbolizing the repudiation of the power of human institutions, represents the constant regeneration of nature through its annual shedding and regrowth of its antlers. Standing on top of the sacred bus, it symbolizes the powers in nature that are not easily subdued.  Where did all of the children go? Did they seek refuge in nature?  The message on the school bus is disquieting: Humans it’s too late… Can we synthesize our pessimism of the intellect with our optimism of the will?A yellow school bus, the symbol of American normality and the sacredness of school children, escapes to the forest.  A deer stands proudly on the school bus.  The driver and the children are out of sight.  The deer, which displays the A of “anarchy”, symbolizing the repudiation of the power of human institutions, represents the constant regeneration of nature through its annual shedding and regrowth of its antlers. Standing on top of the sacred bus, it symbolizes the powers in nature that are not easily subdued.  Where did all of the children go? Did they seek refuge in nature?  The message on the school bus is disquieting: Humans it’s too late… Can we synthesize our pessimism of the intellect with our optimism of the will?
Bad Trip
A yellow school bus, the symbol of American normality and the sacredness of school children, escapes to the forest.  A deer stands proudly on the school bus. The driver and the children are out of sight.
The deer, which displays the A of “anarchy”, symbolizing the repudiation of the power of human institutions, represents the constant regeneration of nature through its annual shedding and regrowth of its antlers. Standing on top of the sacred bus, it symbolizes the powers in nature that are not easily subdued.
Where did all of the children go? Did they seek refuge in nature?  The message on the school bus is disquieting: Humans it’s too late… Can we synthesize our pessimism of the intellect with our optimism of the will?
The Last Unicorn
Where will our consumerist fixation with producing garbage, lead us? 
Will the Unicorn heal humanity from the poison of a certain type of modernity? 
 In this work, I imagine that a Unicorn appears coming through a door from another dimension, re-establishing the right balance between humans and nature. I’ve called this composition “The last Unicorn” because I believe that my generation is the one that has the last opportunity to save the world from a point of non-return with respect to the environment and climate change, which are, inexorably, interconnected.
Urban Camouflage
Elephants and Rhinos are freely roaming the metropolis, forced away from their natural habit by the action of man. They resort to urban camouflage as a means of survival, trying to become one with the decorated surroundings. 

Graffiti are a return to the origins of humankind, a primordial way of communicating, which marked the walls of caves thousands of years ago.  The elephants and the rhinos who have taken refuge in the city resort to graffiti hoping to communicate with the noble savage within us, as a last attempt to reach salvation.

Posse
Riot
Stratificazioni Antropologiche

The Long Journey

Swan Lake
Is humanity at a Swan Song moment in responding to climate change and the damage done to the environment? Is it too late?  
A swan swimming in the street that has become a lake, contoured by trash, looks at the supernatural for help.

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