My Skull is a simple and evocative object in search of its own essential characteristics, cleansing itself of strong, hard marks that echo death. A romantic reinterpretation of the skull as a symbol of the inevitability of life and a testimony to a strong sense of the infinite.

At the end of time, the individual loses their physical nature and the mask survives, a testimony to the personality that has been created in life. And it is this personality that becomes eternal. The mask is the result of the way we act, mature, live, and die. An object that encompasses a romantic poetry. A face that becomes nameless , that continues to conceal itself behind its mask, seeking the infinite. The material and design are distinctive traits that characterise the essence of the sculpture and define the personality represented.