From 1984 to the early nineties, Scampini's mission was to create distinctive, essential forms. Having investigated complexity, Scampini acknowledges the value of a single, soft, curved line generating life from the interior before expanding. The forms stretch out into space where the uninterrupted continuity of the surface of the sculpture and the pursuit of absolute formal cleanliness, simplification and reduction, recalls the style of master sculptors such as Brancusi, Moore and Arp. Scampini searches for a dimension that allows the spectator to exceed the confines of imagination beyond facile fragmentation, with the purpose of rediscovering the original dimension of our existence. The forms are not elements in their own right; rather, they belong to an organic, coherent whole where everything is feasible in relation to the entirety. Scampini becomes a musician, the composer of a melodious symphony with high notes and low notes and he is at one with the spatial gestuality of the sculptures. Pietro's sensitivity is such that he captures all the forces and recondite energy flows that penetrate the forms as they evolve. The form is a result of the initial chaos, but projects much further, to the confines of probability and to that which is yet to happen.