[…]The memory of the temple spiers of Siam that merge with the terminal stylization of the Garuda, the mythical bird of tradition Hindu and Buddhist, one of the symbols of Thailand, is the image that gives life to this cycle which, not surprisingly, the author has entitled “Siam”. The three elements, which characterize this cycle are therefore the band of the base, earthly aspect, the upper background, celestial aspect, and finally the subtle triangle with metallic tones. It seems to me possible to think of an inner landscape , but structured on experiential reality. It persists in the form of these contemporary works, a timeless sense of clear oriental philosophical matrix, a narration that confirms the minimal and spiritual imprint as a common thread that connects this cycle to all previous ones. […]

Roberto Grisancich