Arising from a family of artists and bikers, he understandably searches a way to combine both worlds, although they are opposite with each other.
During his studies he was always intrigued by a particular issue, the dynamism, understood almost as a breath of life to be implemented to the material, illusion of the energy that is about to explode, the static calm of an immediate future.
It can be said that these features are already present in classical sculpture, cornerstone of the futurist research. Boccioni’s example is clear: “the unique forms of continuity in the space”. From this, originated the research of bolidist, which principal interest was the representation of speed. From the experiences of the early 90s up to the works of Jean Tinguely, such as “Eureka”, in which the engine appears for the first time, the man is added as a fundamental part of the work.