The sea in all of its forms, its colours, its restlessness has fascinated me now for many years and, almost unwillingly, I have found myself being inspired in my work by this strange world, putting into a resolutely solid material like marble something that is so elusive and liquid. The challenge is great and the game is amusing. Play is an extremely important element in my work and while these are outwardly rigorous forms, reaching the limits of technical perfection, I always try to find a way in my art to poke fun at myself. The titles of the works, which are a mere formality, help me to laugh a little and relax after so much work. I like to think that people look at my sculptures and not necessarily at the concepts behind the sculptures. To be able to make light a material which is in itself heavy, to be able to find with these subjects an acquatic dynamism that mountains just never have.
These works do not require an artistic or cultural explanation, they come from my own hands to speak of the beauty of an underwater world that even I know little of and, perhaps for this reason, a world I dream about and have fallen in love with.