Pomezia (rm), Italy
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Apuntado : February 26, 2014
After completing the “Maestro d’arte” in Design and Photography at the Art Institute of Pomezia in 2001, where he studied the traditional techniques of film animation, video editing and post-production at the Audiovisual Laboratory of Alessandro Panzetti, he went on to study at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence from 2001 to 2004 at the Vincenzo Canale school of painting and then in Rome from 2005 to 2009 at the Gianfranco Notargiacomo school of painting. In conjunction, he conducted ongoing research on video and photography.
In 2006 he was awarded a scholarship to attend the workshop, Nude Study in Open Air, held by the famous Japanese photographer Eikoh Hosoe at Toscanafotofestival. On this occasion, he had the opportunity to further study body movement and collaborate with butoh dancer Alessandro Pintus. He later frequented a dance workshop taught by Imre Thormann, where he continued his independent research on body movement and dance.
In 2009, he received a Bachelor’s degree in painting with honors at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome, with the thesis entitled, “Visual Experimentation, from pre-cinema to underground” with rapporteur Fernanda Moneta. He presented the video animation “Viaggio (wait, memory, deja-vu)” at the culmination ceremony as well as at the National Award for the Arts competition in 2010 where he was selected as a finalist.
In 2009, in collaboration with colleague and long-time friend Alice Lioniello, he opened Eccestudio atelier of visual arts, where he produced commissioned and experimental work in all areas of creative arts, including, but not limited to, photography, animation, illustration and painting. In 2011, he and Lioniello exhibited their video “Isma’s sacrifice” at the event “Infineé week” at Gaîté Lyrique in Paris. They also collaborated on producing the video “InD # 3 - [Sinner DC remix]” for the Infineé music label.
He is currently residing in Berlin and continuing his research on perception and movement, through video and photography, often collaborating with other artists, actors and performers. His major influences include the renowned Japanese photographer Eikoh Hosoe and American animator Robert Breer. His signature style focuses on nautral light with minimal manipulation. His preferred animation technique uses cel animation.