Roberto Sironi brings to his work a tight intellectual rigor most often focused on history and anthropology, as well as a natural instinct for materials and contrasts. He tends to develop healthy obsessions with the methods and transformations of ancient peoples: their architecture, their reasoning, their commerce. His initial serious facade belies a lightheartedness and general empathy. All of this made him a perfect candidate for the reinterpretation of Sardinian weaving - a craft long influenced by the application of artistic and graphic design. Rather than delivering a simple drawing to the artisans, he delved into the techniques and materials, creating his final tapestries in steps of investigation.