2001-2003This period is defined by my stay in Hannover, Germany to study in the Fachhochshule Art Faculty. Here I felt freedom and independence, and I could widely breath not only from the rich german artistic and philosophic tradition (Romanticism, Vitalism, Expressionism) but also from eastern philosophies. It was a bloom of creativity and production. Mainly works in very small size, that paradoxically give an "oceanic feeling". This is revealed through wide-angle perspective views on both space and time, and through symbols like clouds, sea and spiral storms, that represent a Nature in constant flow and dynamism, where opposite forces coexist and melt. It's a very conceptual, symbolic art, yet full of empathy and identification with Nature at macrocosmic scale.