Artist (painter/sculptor) - Italy (Turin)- Visceral researcher of ancient things - I love to experiment different ways of aesthetic approach during my creative process! - Working with physical galleries and navigating web 3.0 (NFTs)!
'In the ancient kingdom, in the Pyramid Texts, Bastet was considered a lioness deity, with an aggressive character. Daughter of the god Sun, she was also called 'The Cat of Rha'. Bastet was sometimes portrayed in a completely feline form, in the act of killing the serpent god Apopi. Her protection was essential to face the Days of Demons, which fell at the end of the Egyptian year.'
This painting represents the meaning behind the concept of essence of a symbol. For me, a symbol, identifies the limit, the extreme of an X factor that must be destroyed so that the boundaries of my creativity can continue to expand.