MY SIZE investigates the concept of scale as an architectural measure: the relationship between reality and its reduction in an attempt to broaden our perception.

The exhibition draws a path in which the artist interchanges the supporting columns of the exhibition space with seven columns covered with mirrored fragments in which the viewer becomes part of a floating mosaic.

On the walls, the large canvases, veiled by layers of colour, hide barely visible memories and leave only what our memory has chosen to resurface, the details that have made it unforgettable.
Memory, reminiscence, hidden consciences, double meaning of things, maybe reconsidered as translucent signs of underlying emotions.

The show is completed by the articulated and precise plastic model that reproduces the entire exhibition on a reduced scale: “an exhibition within an exhibition” where everything is repeated in minute detail in an unusual duplication of itself.