I often happen to imagine situations that go beyond the sensitive reality, free from the inhibitory brakes of aesthetics and morality. It is a path that I consider necessary for every artist, but also for every person who loves’art in general. When we talk about art, in fact, we explore our emotions and certainly not the rational aspects of a composition.
Here then is that in the mind surreal images are created, which transcend the real, yet strongly anchored in concepts with the complexity of mankind. And if the mind processes seemingly incomprehensible information, it is in the subconscious that I can find those answers denied by rationality.
The surreal is within each of us because it is the ideal dimension in which we can live our deepest drives.