Curioso is inspired by cabinets of curiosities. The central line of a Renaissance cabinet of curiosities is the collector himself, who collects in an encyclopaedic manner, and according to his own criteria, heterogeneous objects which he then organises according to his tastes, interests and passions. It is a subjective process, resulting in the reproduction of a personal and often magical world. This is the founding principle of my work. I assemble images of extraordinary and disquieting animals, portraits of ambiguous temporality and contemporary machines that amazingly resemble to decors of the past.