In these paintings, where everything is absent from its habitual context, to reappear in another, new and eccentric, the human presence takes on a symbolic value, like a simulacrum.
Also for this reason, the exaltation of the natural element here is tinged with refined tones, and undergoes a reduction in an ornamental and fantastic sense. The figures are elusive and instead of being realized in the representative act they seem to express themselves in some way beyond the image; thus the formal variability of certain organic structures such as leaves almost seems to compose a kind of “alphabet”, associating itself with the idea of a visual, ideographic language immanent in nature. (…)
Riccardo Belloni, 2019