I mainly paint urban landscapes illuminated mostly by nocturnal lights, crepuscular or unreal, where the human element is there through its obvious absence or with its ‘unexpected’ presence. I try to communicate the presence-absence of man and the context creates a reality where the emotions and sensation dominate. The elements are intensified, creating hallucinations, images in which you must be a spectator without having, at all costs, to find an explanation. I often represent unreal scenes inspired by dreams, memories, thoughts and fears. The unconscious is almost always the true protagonist of my paintings. An unconscious that wants to free itself of its fears and its obsessions, succeeding thus at bringing order and calm where before there was chaos and angst.