Single printed artwork (48x60cm – white frame and black frmae – fine-art paper), exhibited at Soho Gallery in New York and at Fondazione Matalon in Milan. Organised by ImageNation Paris
“Words hurt more than a weapon” is an extremely simple concept, almost banal. A mantra that is repeated to us since childhood, swirling into our heads as if it were a nursery rhyme, but how much are we really aware of the meaning of this essential rule?
The naked and helpless body, with no defence, curled up in front of the void, is bombarded by a whirlwind of words.
Words of war, words of hate, words that hurt.
We try to avoid them, we do not want to hear them, we try to protect ourselves with our bare hands, but that is not enough!
The pain that is perceived has no middle ground, has no nuances and has no colors, everything is cold, nothing warms.