To me CULT SIGN is half a philosopher and half a comedian, and is a metaphor of my grandmother who always gave me unconditional love and caring, within a rather difficult family. As for the impetus of the piece, it was trivial; about fifteen years ago at some club, I was with a drunk friend and when I asked him if he was alright, instead of answering he just gave me a Shaka hand gesture. That scene remained in my mind and later I tried the gesture with my left hand, which somehow looked like Yoda from Star Wars. It was a silly inspiration but I instantly understood the link between the philosopher-like presence of Yoda and the image of my grandmother who was always supportive. What started the idea for the piece was trifling, but since it came out CULT SIGN has been developing as the symbol of my life.