« contemporary Mythology », a series of drawings and calcographic prints, was born with the intention of representing what the theory of psychoanalysis states: to identify the myths as archaic symbols that structure both the man of antiquity and that of today. These works highlight the unchanged panorama of these human impulses and revisit, through the language of the body, the aesthetic canons of Greek-Roman sculpture.
The interpretation of these mythical characters becomes the support of a movement from the inside to the outside. The intention is powerful and deals with the internal structures of these bodies, made visible and concrete. It is the essence of a pure and perceptive line, connecting the core of the individual to his sensory connections. The mythical figure becomes vital, alive, embodied, and at the same time, actual and contemporary.