Next year I will be working with a group of scientists in Northern Italy investigating fluvial systems as indicators of climate change, hosted by Cittadellarte/ Fondazione Pistoletto.
My first reason for choosing this residency was my immediate affinity with the representation of fluvial systems. Images of fluvial networks have a strong aesthetic resemblance to the microworlds and cellular structures that appear in my art such as slime molds or mycelial networks. Also, acting against climate change is very important to me. By combining novel technologies and biological methods, I would like to lay the grounds for positive transformation of current ecological challenges and our behaviour towards nature through creative strategies and aesthetic experiences.