What are the fundamental stages of your artistic career?
I have always wanted to be an artist, from an early age. In high school I spent a year abroad, in Venice, so, after finishing high school, I decided to return to Italy to continue my studies. At the beginning I wanted to be a painter, then, once I arrived back in Venice to do the Academy of Fine Arts, the lack of space available in the room I occupied faced me with the problem of where I could paint and keep the canvases. I would have easily sacrificed space for my works, but it would have been difficult to convince my roommate to put up with the smell of acrylic paints every day, so one day I took a camera and started making video art. From there, step by step, we can say that I have adapted to the circumstances, up to what I do now, following the principle that I prefer to work on ideas, rather than on techniques, in the sense that when you have a clear idea of where you want to go, the materials are not the most important thing. Now I work with images, but it is not certain that in the future I will not turn to other materials.