Paradisi is a series of 33 bronze sculptures mounted on iron rods that make them mobile.

They evoke Dante's vision of the thirty-three cantos of Paradise and are fluid shapes inscribed in the geometric perfection of the triangle.

The number 3 to which this work is dedicated is prominent in the poem that is written in “terza rima”:
3 the Trinities
3 theological virtues: Faith, Hope, Charity
3 realms: Hell, Purgatory and Paradise, represented by 3 cantiche
33 cantos for each kingdom