Since 1961 Dario Serra has been exploring Ink and its immediate relationship with water, paper, brush and pen.
Black Ink produces a sequence of shapes, signs and imprints, reacting with the white paper, speed, chance and predetermination.
On contact with the Pentagram, black ink reacts as a transgressive substance or as a formative element of musical
notes. Sepia Ink, propelled from a steel nib onto wet paper, transmits images reminiscent of ancient drawing and painting techniques.
Skanda is a splatter of black or red ink; it produces unpredictable results caused by falling, impact, and splattering.
Some of the Ink works were done blind-folded.