In my artistic research I use daily experiences as a starting point to analyse the meaning of being human. This path has two directions: one that investigates the intimate dimension and concerns identity and one that instead tries to ask questions on current issues in a non-documentary but analytical key. In both cases I work on the residue, on what remains, the trace, the memory, the history. In my personal projects, the link between reflection and image is very important: I often use the word to accompany photographs of everyday memories in which fiction and reality meet, meanings change, past and present become one. The works linked to the social and political vein, on the other hand, are conceptual works that can be read on several levels. The goal in this case is to lead the viewer to question themselves by posing new points of view and creating in the viewer a reaction in balance between recognition and alienation.