For the realization of her works, she mainly uses pieces of wood that she retrieves by the sea or to the river banks. The wood she finds, is a material marked by the time whose skin is wrinkled and eroded. Through the interaction with air, water and wind, each piece of wood is different and therefore unique, thanks to a precise assembly, we can assist to the creation of the Aita’s sculptures, unique and unrepeatable works. Wood fascinates and inspires her, as her love for nature does, with all its shapes, its colours and the strength it can transmit.
The light is an element we can find in many sculptures, often combined with wood, and used by the artist to express hope, strength and energy, inner feelings she wants us to set free. For Aita, art is a never-ending research not only of materials, it also represent an inner quest; during the artistic creation she is carried away by moods alternating moments of joy and satisfaction to moments of pain and depression. A path of constant growth, not without obstacles, that brings to light the most intimate and unresolved side of an, his artwork.