These works are made on cardboard.The sheets are first painted in oil, then randomly cut with scissors into many pieces, approximately as big as the palm of a hand, mixed together, and finally reconnected through a normal stapler, to create large sheets of paper over two meters on each side.The fragments of paper joined with the stapler take on inclinations that, piece after piece, grow to become humps and depressions of 20/30 cm.Each work is full of these ups / downs that make the painting three-dimensional like a large crumpled sheet of paper.The works are inspired by the collage technique, which goes through the destruction of the initial image to arrive at unexpected results, but instead of the glue I experimented with a new technique, that of the stapler, which is faster, more physical and a bit awkward.
Untitled. Oil on cardboard, staples. 200x190cm
Untitled. Oil on cardboard, staples. 210x200cm
Untitled. Oil on cardboard, staples. 220x200cm
Untitled. Oil on cardboard, staples, mounted on wood panel. Two parts. 230x320 cm