The devil is in the detail
Flats are small two-dimensional landscapes of infinite textures, colors and shapes that merge together.
There is no figurative rapresentation, no dialectical perversion. There is no begining and no end.
In abandoned spaces, there are so many textures that, on the one hand, the overall effect is confusing, but isolated in an abstract way, they are completely beautiful.
The interest in textures goes beyond aesthetics. It calls the attention on fabrication, physics and chemistry processes over time.