In MYRIAS I propose certain feminine and missing vision of the world and the profound union between time, history, nature and human being.
/Have you ever felt the dizziness of thinking on the greatness of the natural world around us? That place where we belong and at the same time, splitting ourselves, we look from the outside. And then and other question appears, how can we see all at once the action in the immobility; the constant change in what, however, remains; what is here and now and nevertheless we fell linked to the past./
In this work I claim my role as a explorer, archeologist, historian of my own reinterpretation of the world. I begin this poetic study from the outside, with a fieldwork made traveling to places where nature is still so powered; then I make a review of our history through new images made by recovered slides from history of art; finally I hybridize all these materials with an autobiography through some objects I collect at home and near some archeological sites - I call them "my personal objects- .
All this new visual history explores the friction points, the border between two poles, - the no-time of the natural world and the filther of the continuous flow of history – searching for the soul of objects in order to reach a reconciliation with the world, making the world a home.
A vision, from some marginality - I am not a man -, of the deep link between nature time, human time and personal time.