Symbolism of human beings and animals pertains both to science and to the mistery of life. Animal graffiti in primitive caves are the first evidence of our deep relationship to the animal kingdom.
The exhibition convey my own personal view of what animals are like: from pets to wild beasts, all of which are represented, in luminous paintings hanging from the walls, as vibrant, slightly ironical, strongly communicative beings, part of our deepest imaginations.
They are seen as meditative, humanised figures, in Oriental-like representations painted in basic colours.
The Ark is a symbol of the covenant, of memory and rebirth.
It symbolise the body and its qualities.
The objects it hosts are protected by it and reflect this message: the ancient and new intimacy, a relationship of natural and universal sympathy and understanding..