Among the biblical figures, there were two he particularly loved: Job, the man who was abandoned by God and by men, and Jacob, the man obsessed by the double: his twin brother, his two wives, two servants, two native countries, two lands. Jacob’s dream is dedicated to Campanella, the utopist of The city of the sun, and to Michelangelo, “the astronaut” as Spatari defines him. The crowd of characters animating the dream are an extraordinary example of anatomical geography; they are men and women of our time, who are telling our history through their muscles, tendons, and the impetus of their limbs. “It is a humanity which is extremely different from the one Michelangelo depicts – the artist says – the bodies are less swollen, more tense, more dynamic. They transmit energy, and perhaps even suffering, feelings that are unknown to the people of the Renaissance”.