In the series “Psychodrama” the artist refers to the psychotherapy technique that takes its name and is implemented through a theatrical representation of the patient's psychic conflict, in which the patient himself participates together with other characters that express particular aspects of his personality. Clients use spontaneous dramatization, role playing, and dramatic self presentation to investigate and gain insight into their lives.

Psychodrama includes elements of theater, often conducted on a stage, or a space that serves as a stage area, where props can be used.

The "Psychodrama" series describes the conflict with our own alter ego and poses the problem of change and acceptance, in some cases through a splitting in which the psychic elements of the character are revealed, in other cases through the use of theatrical expedients, such as animal masks such as the donkey, an animal of meekness and submission, but also of laziness and stubbornness, and the goat, to which tradition attributes divine qualities.

The artist creates a filter between the scene and the viewer, with a metal mesh applied to the print, which both protects and emphasizes the section of the scene that is covered.