Keeping the working materials, such as acrylic, spray paint and resin on wood, he shapes, modulates and transmits the reflections of the light onto the processed black surface. Natural light is not reproduced, but is itself included as an elementary part of the piece. The changing light conditions and viewer standpoints contribute to the fact that Grando’s art works are not limited in their appearance, but always remain alive and inexhaustible.
As many other artists through the history of art, whose artistic approaches Grando appreciates, he is deeply inspired, intrigued and even obsessed by the color black. Despite its radical and minimal occurrence, for many artists it symbolizes overcoming and liberation.