In these pages, I attempt a project-specific reading of my painting practice by grouping series of works that are organized around a specific artistic research, but whose production can nevertheless span many years. The question is: are these sets of projects proper “series”, or just a long continuum around a central theme? My artistic process is grounded in a multifaceted approach to painting, in which every displacement or new element affords a different perspective on the same foundation: landscapes. Every angle, however narrow, contains a wealth of information that needs to be at once clarified, grasped and unfolded so as to enrich my overall understanding of art and painting today. Each project or series is not a closed system, but can be expanded or transformed over time. Despite proposing a project-based method of classification for my work, as I struggle to get closer to a true work of art, I still aspire to make each painting autonomous.