The ceramic exhibition Templum comprises a series of decorative sculptures and utility objects that through their form recreate the inner meaning that the word temple conjures. The design objects, viewed as spiritual architecture and containers of some specific feelings, define the artistic ethos of the ceramicist. Viewed from a perspective of cultural and religious differences that can be found in a community, the pieces are a reaction to the living conditions of an adoptive space.
The created volumes, standing on three, four or more legs, are ordered like for a march aimed at retrieving their self-image. Taken individually, they seem like static objects belonging to another time, where dramatically contorted shapes start to find a balance.
This tumult of shapes is a summary of the road taken by the artist to explore and internalize the feeling of existing in the world like a temple, a symbol of human diversity.