b. 1966, Italy
Among the many things an artist has to do for his work, I must confess that giving a definition is the most difficult one. In order to fill the gap, I’ll employ an easy way for me – an image. A word in a circle, which may trace the borders of my work.
Moving the point of view has always been the artist’s task. He constantly changes the perception of things (truth), and that’s how he helps people to see what otherwise might not be seen.
In Uno Studio I use a powerful element, archetypal as light. Try to remember what you feel every time you stare from above at the city by night. What do you see? Shapes and architectural lines in a dark space. Light-architecture like Uno Studio builds an image that lets you into that landscape from above at night.
(Text: on the border of each other catalogue, 2003)Back to Artists