Chess Selfportrait (2017)
At the very basic level photography is for me mainly a tool to investigate from an artistic point of view the relations between space and form which become manifest through geometry and simmetry. This is reflected into an interest in architectural photography, with a particular attention to modern architecture, where I use a rigorous black and white and post-production techniques in an attempt to reach abstraction by transcending realism.
My artistic inspiration can be traced back to the metaphysical painting, to the geometric intricacies of Escher, to the essential architectures of Hopper, to the ambiguities of Magritte.
I was born in Rome, Italy, in 1961.
I am a professional mathematician, Ph.D. Brandeis Un. (1989), holding a teaching position at the University of Torino, Italy, since 1990.
I learned and practiced photography at a young age in the analogic era but then left it dormant for decades. Eventually rediscovered it as a media of artistic expression in the mid-late 2010s.
Founding member of the Association Emergenze Fotografiche in 2021.
Expositions & Awards
July 2022: Monovision Awards, HM in the Architecture category