This work investigates the links between perception of the world and scientific representation.
The cognitive activity is intended as a limiting condition and confined to our personal experience. The starting point for decoding these illustrations is the recognition of how we organize our possible/plausible concepts, not only from the scientific representation point of view, but especially through the relationship between perception and interpretation of what is believed to be real.
Throughout this series, the clinical staging of inanimate imaginary is constant: there are passive patients, almost dead, where their bodies become body/object. The isolation of man is affected by symbolic images, specific “hints” to other contexts in which to expand and distort the timeline of events, doubting and criticizing the certainties taken for granted. In collaboration with Margherita Gaffarelli.