This is where my digital works are.
These works are created entirely digitally and exist only as digital content.
Sometimes they are connected, as root or reference, to a physical object but the outcome is purely digital.
A few words about digital content:
I feel it necessary to stress that my process of digital creation is related only to the kind of media I use or feel comfortable with.
Pure digital works are simply related to the use of computer technology and, because of that, they differ from traditional works in how they are perceived and how they can be displayed.
For me, the discussion between digital and non-digital is based entirely on the media that has been used and, from there, stretches to the ways in which society is experiencing a deep change.
All of these differences are entirely practical and have nothing to do with the quality of the outcome.
The sound of a cello is not natively better than a synthesiser. It is the use that makes the real difference.