The certainty of the unstable
I love metals that oxidize and are influenced by patinas: silver, bronze and then titanium. They are visually unstable metals, always ready to change their appearance: I like the fact that they have a life of their own. It confirms to me that everything is evolution.
I don't give in easily to the lures of symmetry. Often asymmetry establishes dialogues and balances that amplify the strength of the initial idea. I have confirmation of this above all in creating earrings. Here the shapes range from classic models to others that gradually become more complicated in terms of structure and degree. Thus, alongside symmetrical and relatively linear profiles, I model pieces strongly influenced by the force of gravity and often composed of earrings different from one another.