The concepts for new work begin with the experiential, the moving about and exploring of a natural space. This experience is then expanded or framed by narratives of culture, history, science and the environment. I seek out associations between the everyday existence of our daily cultural lives and the natural world in which we live.
I endeavour to create a space of co-emergence whereby divergent concepts intermingle to create an imaginative space in which the viewer can momentarily reside.
What interests him...is the discovery, the exposition, the insurrection of the magic and the marvellous value of natural elements. Like an organism of simple structure, the artist mixes himself with the environment...he enlarges his threshold of things.
Germano Celant, Art Povera (New York: Praeger, 1969)