LIVES AND WORKS
LIVES AND WORKS
DATE OF BIRTH
I was born in Sondrio on April 25, 1992, in 2015 I decided to move to Milan, where I enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Brera. Today I live and work between my adoptive city and my home town.
In July 2017 I'm one of the winners of the ScarpatettiArte contest, organized by Associazione Culturale Scarpatetti.
In July 2018 I take part to the collective exhibition "Anime di Scarpatetti", curated by the Team of the artistic festival ScarpatettiArte, at Museo Valtellinese di Storia ed Arte in Sondrio.
In February 2019 I take part to the bipersonal exhibition "Il Tempo e l'Errore", curated by Vincenzo Bordoni of Galleria Barattolo, at the exhibition space Together in Rome.
In February 2019 I take part to the collective exhibition "A.R.T.E.", curated by Alisia Viola, at the exhibition space Corso Italia 44 in Milan.
In September 2019 I take part to the collective exhibition "Salon d'Automne", curated by Vincenzo Bordoni and Francesca di Fiore of Galleria Barattolo, at the exhibition space Together in Rome.
Time is perhaps the most fascinating mystery that man has not yet been able to solve. The advancement of technology has allowed us to have ever more accurate instruments in its measurement, yet man is far from really understanding Time, as well as its implications in everyday life. The world of physics is now in agreement in affirming that Time does not exist, despite that it is a concept that in the daily life of man is of fundamental importance: we cannot do without it, we need to carry out our daily actions and regulates our reality. Present, past and future are for man something essential, something that allows us to understand what is happening around us; wondering what Time really is and how it interacts with us is of primary importance in understanding our role in the cosmos.
Using the Kierkegardian idea that aesthetic pleasure is primarily an intellectual pleasure, over the years, the study and deepening of the themes that w want to highlight have become the absolute priority of my artistic research, this results at a visual level in works that therefore presuppose contemplation. The work must therefore be examined in an intellectual and only then aesthetic context. In my production the theme of dialogue is recurrent, which intersects perfectly with the assumptions mentioned above. The latter, dialogue, dear to Western philosophy, in my production takes place in two different visions: sometimes in tangible forms that, being shaped by the artist, constitute the work itself that dialogues with itself, other times in conceptual forms, where it is the spectator who must dialogue with the work using his senses.
WHO I AM
I am an artist who uses painting, sculpture and installation to try to depict Time.
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