In the piece Curva (Curve), he puts forward a representation of a geometric concept, which in his definition of line means a successive ensemble of dots that takes a wavy direction, contrary to the infinite order of the straight line. He lays out the theme with simplicity and limited elements. As in other sculptures and assemblies, he uses metal and wood to make a sculpture.
In this case, an iron frame supports a bent board that shows the effects of time and the artist’s hand. The wood seems to float in the air to show, through a three-dimensional assembly, the segment of a circumference that in itself carries the fragmented presence of a great circular universe.