The traditional image is taken as point of departure for a shape that develops through space in rhythmic, dynamic manner, predominated by the sense of motion, which enters into resonance with the motion of the observer walking around the work. This is the hidden thread that connects such works as Poseidon to Elisa, and then on to sculptures with video projection.
The chosen viewing point becomes one of the many moments of relating to the object observed, a moment of forceful impart but unstable and fleeting. Only for an instant, in a certain position, does there appear something recognizable, but virtual, not identifiable with the shape, as if detached from the physical and material form.
The work itself becomes the creator of images that are different, but intrinsically connected to one another, while the observer becomes an active part of the work as he moves around it.