Description of the “papers” technique

The primary aspect of this research is the chromatic study of the materials used in the building of the “papers”. The starting point is the base almost always realised with straw paper on which materials like sand, plaster, caustic plaster, clay are bound by glue day after day in order to obtain a result trough their superimposition.
When the surface is dry, I start to work on thicknesses and cracks that meanwhile have developed during drying. At this point I start to define the white surface creating depth trhough “colour”. Slowly a “skin of reading” takes form where erosions and tears evoke primitive forms and pre-existence of innate thoughts.