In the West, we use numbers to represent things, mathematical and geometric—even to symbolize space, order, movement or tension, but numbers hardly express other conditions of what is vital and human.
Working, intervening in the exterior of an object-space, geometrically perfect, prompted me to play freely with leather, seeking to redefine the notion of proportional perfection, to transform it into something living. hoping that the subject comes alive.
The pursuit of balance has always been a goal of human societies and of geometry; the golden number and golden ratio have served to provide objects and representations of aesthetic balance and harmonic reason. As i see it, this cultural awareness of harmony helps us make sense of the natural chaos that surrounds us and is part of us, like the reflection of a greater, boundless universe...