I love oneirism, symbol’s clear-headed absurdity and visionariness never for its own sake, but as a vehicle for riding towards worlds that can be related to ours, to their imperfection, filth and material evidence. I like biting poetry and literature which wrong-foots on behalf of experimentability as a reflexive fracture. I do not write to give answers, but to seek doubts from the perspective of an active nihilistical catastrophism. My novels propose lyrical self’s inexhaustible overcoming in a natural and instinctive transcending in order to find again human beings without protective infrastructures, naked and lonely with themselves inside universe’s bastard cosmic time. In my spare time I paint my covers to give light to my words’ subconscious prevalently by oil-on-canvas technique.
I have created the concept of “Destructuralism” (Destrutturalismo), having published several books such as fiction, academic essays, poetry and theatre. My last book “The Black Star of Mu” has been presented at the Frankfurt Festival and at the Edinburgh Festival in 2020, translated in various languages.
I have been invited at the SYN Edinburgh Festival 2018 as visual artist (painting) and I have been awarded the First Prize (Adult Winner) at the Henry Moore Foundation Drawing Competition 2019 with my recent work “Mother and son in War”.