Plastic Bag Balloon (blue), 2020, plastic bag, helium, black fiber strip, variable dimensions

Untitled (heavy)2020, shoes, rock, 20 x 25 x 40 cm

"Untitled (heavy)" (2020) is a sculpture built from a ready-made logic, first presented at "Art in Quarantine", a project by Umbigo magazine. They invited several artists to reflect on the era we are living in and to think about their artistic production in quarantine times.
This work can be read as a metaphor for the current situation, trapped by a social, political and economical stone, a sisyphus of the times in which we live.

Money Blinds You2020, €500 banknote, elastic fiber strip, 8 x 16 x 20 cm

Untitled (mousetrap), 2020, mouse catching glue on banknotes, variable dimensions

Money, 2019, oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm

Untitled (cut)2020, plastic, glass, metal, inkjet print on paper, 27,5 x 13,5 x 4 cm

Concetto Spaziale (after Fontana), 2020, banknote, 12,7 x 6,7 cm (banknote) / 30 x 21 cm (frame)
Tower of Babel2019, coins, 9 x 2,8 x 2,8 cm

In this version of the Babel Tower’s myth, the architecture of a tower supposed to reach the sky are made up of coins from different parts of the world.
While some speak of the “tyranny of money,” money is a language everyone understands and something most people want.

Paramount (White House)2019, inkjet print on fine art paper, 100 x 75 cm

A copper-plated golden cent put into circulation2017, inkjet print on fine art pape, 30 x 20 cm (photo) / 30,3 x 20,3 cm (frame)

As the title describes, this photo documents an action wich consisted of put in circulation a copper plated golden cent.
Except in its composition, this coin appears to have the same characteristics as the coin of a regular one cent piece.

Golden Cent2017, gold cast, ø 16,25 mm

Money Gets Money2017, acrylic on banknote, 12 x 6,2 (banknote), 30 x 40 cm (frame)

The work consists of a hybrid between a €5 banknote from the Europe series and the banknote number five from the Monopoly board game.
From an absurd logic, the work associates the fictitious value created in the context of a board game where ‘money gets money’ with the value of a real banknote that is currently in circulation.

Glup! Glup!2017, world globe, toilet plunger, 60 x 50 x 50 cm

Untitled (square)2017, coin, 23,25 x 23,25 x 2 mm

Upside Down Depression2018, bronze, 6,5 x 20 x 20 cm

In the center of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan there is a tradition that brings good luck. This popular belief says that if a person spins around three times backwards with a heel on the genitals of the bull represented in the floor, this will bring her or him good luck.
This solid bronze object is obtained from the negative space of the floor depression resulting from this practice by the people along the time.