Appese a un filo

The spider web has been carefully and meticulously assembled using a specific handcrafted tool in order to capture three different cobwebs chosen in closed, time-neglected spaces, where nature (dust, life and death represented as for example trapped insects) and time, run their course in a spontaneous and natural way. 2009

Dimensions: ø 15×21 cm

Materials: Cardboard, Spiderweb

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A zoom on a twisted scenario, full of important relationships and intersections on which it is good to reason critically in order to build a strong, healthy and long-lasting future. 2010

Dimensions: 20x20x20 cm

Materials: wool wire, felt, nails

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A zoom on a twisted scenario, full of relationships and important intersections on which it is good to think critically to build a strong, healthy and durable future. As we look through the images, we will realize how the powerful tangle so laid can be harmful for ourselves and for our future.

A stratification of memories and memory that takes us further and further from the starting point, our origin. Contortions: a thought, an invitation to melt to be lighter and “less twisted”.  2012 

Material: industrial Nylon waste
Dimensions: from 20/30 x to 40/50 cm

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The Italian word for clog (zoccoli) is very similar to the one for hookers (zoccole). The art piece is based on this wordplay, assembling Barbie dolls in wild poses (zoccole) on clogs (zoccoli). 2013

Dimensions: 22x17x12 cm 

Materials: wooden clogs, barbies

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The solid cedar wood spoon is an homage to the Universal Exhibition – Expo 2015 – held in Milan, entitled “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life.”

Dimensions: 1×3 m 

Material: Solid cedar wood 

Site specific installation

Con Tatto

Light sculpture-installation made with electric wiring and batteries. A social critique on the invasive role of technology and its illusion of instant availability. 2014

Dimensions: 20x20x20 cm
Materials: Electric cables, batteries, red led, black mdf base

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Still Life (Natura Morta)

An evocative oil painting that uses the ironic symbolism of still life to make a provocative statement about the desire to end patriarchal dominance. Set against a backdrop reminiscent of 1500’s art, the composition features a banana flanked by two avocados. The banana, traditionally symbolic of male power, is depicted as inert and powerless, subverting its usual connotations of virility and dominance.

The ironic and satirical nature of the artwork is further emphasized by the choice of medium: oil on canvas, a technique symbolic of an era dominated by male-led traditions. During such times, a still banana would have never been the subject of an oil painting. By using this classical medium to depict a powerless banana, the artist critiques patriarchal structures while highlighting the absurdity of their continued reverence. This deliberate arrangement within a classical setting underscores the timelessness of the struggle against patriarchal power, urging a re-examination of societal norms and advocating for a future where such oppressive structures are rendered obsolete. 2015

Soft Memories (Pene d’Amore)

SOFT MEMORIES, PENE d'AMORE – Amebe, Studio Amebe

A compelling fabric sculpture that transforms everyday elements, such as bath towels, into a striking penis-like shape through intricate folding techniques. This innovative use of soft, domestic materials juxtaposes the hardness typically associated with sculptural forms, infusing the work with layers of meaning and emotion. The sculpture serves as a poignant representation of the memory of a past, painful love, encapsulating the complexities of intimacy and the yearning for a love untainted by suffering.

By recontextualizing common household items into a form laden with emotional and symbolic weight, the result is a powerful statement on the intersection of love and pain. ‘SOFT MEMORIES’  challenges traditional notions of both sculpture and romantic experiences, urging viewers to reflect on their own relationships and the universal desire to find love without the accompanying heartache. This work speaks to the resilience of the human spirit and the ongoing quest for a pure, joyful connection amidst the remnants of past wounds. 2015

Dimensions: ø5× h. 24 cm
Medium: Fabric, Rocks

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Artwork on the concept of “Bilico” – precarious balance. Bilico is the condition of the eggshell of this art piece, balancing on a nylon thread, but also the intrinsic condition of the egg itself. The egg is the ultimate symbol of life: birth, fertility, growth, potential, transformation, delicate perfection and yet strong fullness. 2018

Dimensions: 20x20x20 cm

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Wind Force 12

Twelve sculptures, one for each class of the Beaufort wind force scale. From Calm to Hurricane, they portray every wind nuance in this site-specific art installation commissioned by Monica Cembrola for Art Foundation and hosted on board of Silver Muse, one of the luxury Silversea vessels. 2017 

Material: Polycarbonate, Gold and Bronze Paint
Dimensions: WIND FORCE 1 – 37×52.5h, WIND FORCE 2 – 45×45, WIND FORCE 3 – 37×34.6 h, WIND FORCE 4 – 34x57h+90,
WIND FORCE 5 – 30x89h+90, WIND FORCE 6 – 45×44 h, WIND FORCE 7 – 30×53.5 h, WIND FORCE 8 – 39x83h,
WIND FORCE 9 – 50x65h, WIND FORCE 10 – 46×58, WIND FORCE 11 – 53x73h, WIND FORCE 12 – 45x54h

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