The titles of the works that make up these Constellations invoke stars and celestial spheres, refer to both stars and gods from different religions and cultures (Egyptian, Greek, Japanese, Arab), linking the perception of celestial phenomena with their relationship to the cycles of nature and mystical beliefs. These spaces of meditation have the conciseness of expression and emotional intensity of a haiku, forming poetic dialogues with time, space and emptiness.
Starting with the series Enso, his interest in the symbolism and transcendence of the circle has developed. In Zen Buddhism it evokes the universe, emptiness and infinity, while for other cultures it is associated with the concept of perfection and the sacred, of the beginning and the end.
The titles in the current exhibition invoke stars and celestial spheres, like some of those in Horizons, where he reflected on the sublime and contemplation. And while previous compositions embraced Eclipses and Twilights, his new works also include Abysses exploring the curved line.