His artistic training occurred in Bologna. A multifaceted artist, he moves from drawing to engraving, from environmental installation to public art. Nature is his inspirational muse, whether it be the orderly cataloging of Linnaeus or the complex laws of chaos. Imagining points of view within a carefully prepared landscape is the delightful task asked of visitors to the articulated work Points of View. Observing an occupied scenario is something the artist does continuously, and he invites the viewer to do the same. The perspectives might differ, overlap, or reflect. Viewpoints with a soundtrack that give us perspective of an ever-changing mind, one inhabited and lived day after day, at all times. This space is an imaginary dwelling, one that is seemingly real. In reality it’s an enchanted landscape, a house suspended in the air, where perfect order and great chaos live simultaneously, day and night. Its landscapes evoke the tales of Murakami. Here, time passes very slowly; you can find pieces of your forgotten self, memories imprisoned by imperceptible ripples. Dream of counting your memories, like stones of the mind hidden in grassland. In secret, splinters sing, each with its own story. Maybe it is possible to rearrange them comfortably in order to compose interconnected scenes. Enter the space in order to travel in a time so slow it can be caressed. In thirty days those stories will undergo the mutations of an ordinary landscape, transitioning from daring accumulations to melancholy dispersions, turning from night to day, tidying up other tales. Dream of furnishings like the stones of an invented land. Tellas, Sardinian stones.