The artworks reflect on the sense of balance and opposition both in the aesthetic sense in the composition and in the conceptual sense: it is the continuous search of each individual to mediate in the face of opposition, giving impetus to one's existence despite the constant changes.
The tension of the string in “Corda tesa” unites the two brothers and encircles their bodies. The two lives are balanced on a wooden beam. The precarious support enhances the void around the subjects. He and she seem to be disinterested because of all the uncertainties they have only one escapes their fears: the love between two brothers resolves, strengthens and rebuilds any lost balance.
“Tutto torna” is a harmonic game in a circle between the two children. The eternal inertia that tries to slow down its motion can do nothing: the fixed point becomes its departure, creating eternal harmony. It is rebirth from nothing. It is the joy of fear. It is happiness from restlessness. If you were once happy you will return it because do not fear: it all comes back.
In "Condiviso", two children positioned at the two ends of the canvas stretch out their arms in an attempt to pass an apple: a symbolism used several times in art and in mythological stories to divide and unite men.