What remains after you pull a fish out of the water?
Solid bases, branches that grow and seek the light: the first projects were still only inside my head and already had the form of a bonsai.
Before this, it could have been a surgeonfish, a turbot or a tuna.
In the end, only the structure remains.
Our everyday life conceals some elements that are essential, necessary, which become apparent only when it is too late.
However, not all is lost. Water has another chance to touch these fish, filling them with a last jolt of life.
With glass I enhance these supporting structures with a decorative take, so that they are not only honoured in natural science museums, but so that the beauty of these hidden souls can be admired up close, from alternative points of view.
Once again glass allows me to express the strong contradictions that nature conveys to me: the precariousness of life and the energy of survival, the apparent fragility of transparency and the solidity of form.