A painting is a body for all intents and purposes, provided we look at it in depth. Warp and weft of both signs and colour create overlapping and spatial depth, which can be observed from different viewpoints, which favour dynamics and prevent static, thus suggesting a multi-level vision, recalling the third dimension. The various pieces of the whole are connected with one another, and live on thanks to their very interaction, just like any other creature. These structures are woven with replicable designs. The painting itself is a fragment, which the author includes within a larger system, with which it keeps interacting. The author does not want to imitate or replace Nature, but would rather like to touch the living structure of matter. Both sign and gesture have many details in common, since they are both created by movement, and have neither a start nor an ending. On the other end, they interact with Nature’s principle of creation. There are unlimited chances of changing the content of the work’s texture.