Tell us what you do and your beginnings.
As a multidisciplinary artist, my work encompasses a wide range of mediums and techniques, including but not limited to photography, sculpture, installation, video, and digital media. My artistic practice revolves around exploring the relationship between art, science, and technology, with a post-human narrative that merges classical aesthetics with futuristic elements.
I started my journey as an artist by studying architecture in Rome. As I progressed through my studies, I became increasingly interested in exploring the intersection between art and science and started incorporating scientific concepts and techniques into my artworks.
Over time, my artistic practice evolved to include digital media and technology, as I became fascinated with the possibilities of using these tools to create new and innovative forms of art. I also drew inspiration from classical art and architecture, as I sought to create a dialogue between the past and the future.
What does your work aim to say?
Through my art, I aim to communicate a sense of wonder and curiosity about the world, as well as to spark critical thinking and dialogue. I want my viewers to engage with my work on multiple levels, from purely aesthetic to conceptual and intellectual.
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