The language of writing is a code based on signs that allow us to communicate and convey our perceptions, ideas, thoughts, etc... beyond time and space. So it is by nature unchangeable, regardless of lexicon and handwriting.
From painting, which by nature cannot be coded, I take the tools: the framework, the canvas, the brushes, the colours etc. All that in order to create an autonomous language of mine, which is proper with visual arts. It follows that it makes no sense to know what texts I have written, nor to try deciphering it (even if they are real texts). I never reveal the content of my writing because it has to remain mysterious, enigmatic, impenetrable: it is for the observer only to decide - with their knowledge and sensitivity - and disclose the mystery that will remain personal and never equal to another. Why do we remain bewitched in front of the enigmatic smile of Mona Lisa? Why do we feel enraptured in front of the Violinist by Chagall? Why do we feel thrown in another dimension in front of a cut by Fontana? Because they embody the mystery of art. Even hyperrealist works, although explicit in appearance, are a trick, therefore a mysterious artifice. I think that art does not have to be explicit, but it must always remain mysterious. The most interesting thing in my artworks is that they make you think, you do not look at them just with your eyes but also with your mind. "The mind reads what the eye can't see" is a recurring title in my paintings and it synthetically expresses the concept of my work." Alessandro Algardi, 2017.