Oil, graphite and wax on paper
In this series of drawings I work with concepts such as temperature, conservation and patina through a voluntarily ascetic strategy that uses a mathematical rhetoric and a transcendent nebulousness that swims between the tangible and the ethereal.
The drawings of oil and graphite on cotton paper are under thin layers of beeswax. This choice, as well as the theoretical framework of the works, refers to the longing for the imperishable reflected in the “Philosophical study of time” collected in the “Confessions” of St. Augustine of Hippo. Formally, there are also references to the Galician landscape and to architectural elements typical of Catholic asceticism.