BRIEF OVERVIEW ON RECENT TECHNIQUE
I have not followed artistic or academic studies, I have a degree in Economics and Commerce, therefore the technique I adopt is the result of my personal and continuous research.
In this period I focused on a technique that I perform by recycling paper, mainly from the office (invoices, budgets, receipts, receipts, F24s, payslips, bills, business plans, etc.) paper that instead of sending it to pulp, shreds it and I use it for my works.
With this technique, the figure takes shape by distancing itself: the farther one is from the painting, the better the figure is distinguished. It is as if this technique refers to the condition of the "presbyopic" to be appreciated.
On the other hand, when viewed closely, there is the possibility of having fun searching for the most particular word written in each piece of paper: it is possible to read words such as "customer", "administration", "expired", "bill", "payments", etc. in short, when viewed closely, this technique allows you to take a dip in everyday life.
During the compulsory quarantine due to COVID-19, having finished all the supplies of A4 paper to be recycled, I started shredding all the paper in the house, now considered "waste". Thus the latest works have a greater consistency and materiality due to the presence of less delicate paper than the simple A4 sheet. The wrapping paper present in the products purchased and consumed in daily life, reappears in another form, avoiding landfill: containers of pasta, flour, cans of tuna, toothpaste (even if slightly plasticized, they are fine too), medicines, ice cream, advertising flyers, etc.