Projected reflections is a series of pictorial works that represent fictional and enigmatic landscapes.They are images based on a vision of the contemporary landscape as a sort of complex environment that transmits to the viewer a feeling of uncertainty and strangeness.
To make these paintings, I use photographs of spaces and real objects that are then transformed and visually altered by the use of new technologies. When I transfer these images to the canvas, the landscape and the elements represented are familiar but shown out of their usual place. Together with an artificial illumination of the works, this displacement creates an imaginary universe where the boundaries between what is real and what is fictitious are erased, where the known gives way to the strange.
It is thus a series of complex landscapes with a near monochromatic range, in which architecture and nature, interior and exterior create tension, and where concepts such as figuration and abstraction, reality and fiction, light and shadow, take center stage.