In Floating Dreamer, the tragic reality of contemporary migrations offers the starting point for a reflection on the making of art, and becomes the central node around which to build a personal formal research.
However, this is not the expression of the artist’s will to place his “activism” at the centre of the narrative, and it is not an attempt to give substance to artistic form with political and social content.
Rather, the efficacy of this work is produced by the dialogue between the instruments, the materials, and the form of the work itself, which offers a synthesis that aims to provide humankind, the woman suspended in a dream-like plane, with a means to be present beyond the episodic nature of any given single event, through a gesture that affirms the existence of the subject.
The theme of identities and their becoming returns as a narrative capable of producing – of giving life to – a work that offers an instrument with which to build a new reality.
The female figure floats, hovers, extends herself and emerges into a liquid, transparent surface, like that of dreams, whose colours are not just those of salt and seawater, but gold, orange, and purple, sumptuous and imposing like vibrations, echoes of a possible life, of a desire for redemption and, perhaps, rebirth.