"Are we really made of the same substance dreams are made of?"
Substance is concrete, while the dream is an ideal, a projection.
In the life of each of us, no matter how large or small these two elements occupy, they coexist.
I worked on the idea that everyone can and must dream, but there is a moment when dreams, to avoid becoming mirages, must start to build something.
With the work "Dreams can be concrete: Golden Lymph of a Fair Dream" I put the two elements that have a raw appearance, to represent two raw materials: sugar and cocoa beans.
The sugar and the crumbled beans are the concrete substance, they flow in front of a golden cocoa tree that represents the dream, the ideal.
The overlap of these two elements wants to tell the idea that concreteness is the lifeblood of dreams, that nourishes and builds them
Finalist at Premio Guido Gobino 2017