Common thread of my work and which gives the meaning of my acting both as a person and as an artist, is the environmental issue and all their implications. My site-specific installations aim to be the reinterpretation of the environmental and social issues of the site.
I make my works with a diversified range of techniques, medium and supports, natural elements of the site or everyday waste materials, but in any case specific and significant of the culture and economy of the place of installation, as well as functional to the inherent concept of the project. Above all I prefer to create site/context-specific installations, if possible in large size, in public spaces both natural and urban, to build relationships with the surrounding environment and its inhabitants.
When possible, local communities are involved becoming part of the work, thus obtaining a sense of belonging, and greater awareness of the site and the work. The aim is to ask questions, providing an openness to interpretation, through the appropriation of artistic, cultural and environmental symbols. Moreover often my installations are the product of a personal long and patient work, sometimes hard. This physicality allows me to be part of the work myself, not only conceptually.
My artistic practice is also associated with a dissemination activities aimed at people of all ages, through workshops, conferences, debates, lectures. dissemination activities aimed at people of all ages, through workshops, conferences, debates, lectures. Specifically the lectures are focused both on the relationship and interconnection between art and the environment, and also on the other half of the history of art, that is, on female artists of all times not considered by official historiography. This as the result of years of of years research and study.