Matteo Sanna: 18720, Out of Here

Matteo Sanna, 18720 - Out of here #4, 2017, 100 x 100 cm celeste medium, acylic and breaths on canvas

There is one thing that we do every day, every hour, every minute and every second almost without even realizing: breathing!On average are made to 13 breaths in a minute, and then multiplied by one hour is 780 breaths in a day are about 18720. Life begins with the first breath and ends with the last, in the middle is our life. The breath is

Ren Hang: The Art of Taboo


‘I don’t really view my work as taboo, because I don’t think so much in cultural context, or political context. I don’t intentionally push boundaries, I just do what I do.’ Born in jilin province in 1987, Hang was best know for his images of chinese youth, often naked and arranged in strange and surreal compositions. Poet and photographer, the artist combined urban and

Makoto Azuma: Arte Viva


The Japanese artist Makoto Azuma is known to have created a new artistic genre in which plants and plant uses to compose his work getting results undoubtedly original. As a real contrast to the so-called “dead art,” he has decided to give a new name to these floral representations: “living art.” After creating several projects that have set out in detail on its website,

Ceslovas Cesnakevicius: Zoo


Lithuanian artist Ceslovas Cesnakevicius‘ photo manipulations using two images imagine what it would be like if we shared our every day world with wild animals. The whimsical black and white photographs were taken during Cesnakevicius travels in London and Amsterdam. ‘I saw the diversity of people of different cultures and nationalities, with all sorts of extravagant outfits and looks and yet people keep to themselves

Nicola Mette: Who Am I To Judge


Who am I to judge. A phrase that has been around the international media: spoken by the present Pope, Francis, and he was referring to a demand made to him during a return trip by plane from a journalist about the pedophile scandals and violence perpetrated by several priests, cardinals and clergy around the world. The Pope’s response was out of context and was seen

Kris Knight: Pretty Boys


Kris Knight is a Canadian painter whose work examines performance in relation to the construction, portrayal and boundaries of sexual and asexual identities. Drawing from personal histories of rural escapism through imagination, Knight paints disenchanted characters that are lost between youth and adulthood; they hide their secrets, but desperately long to let them go. His mythical and ambiguous portraits are a synthesis of fantasy and

Edgar Martins: Solar Visions


This project has its roots in the early part of 2012, when I approached the European Space Agency with a very ambitious proposal: to produce the most comprehensive survey ever assembled about a leading scientific and space exploration organization. Though notoriously secretive, I contacted ESA at an interesting time in their history when they were looking to open up to the public. Unlike NASA or

Eleonora Roaro: Tulipomania and Other Stories


The visual artist Eleonora Roaro often gets inspired by the history of art and creates metaphors about existence, as she previously did with her work “Loop” about the archeology of cinema. In this installation project she revisits devices such as zoetropes, praxinoscopes and magic lanterns, which were fundamental for the development of cinematographic language and techniques. These instruments were based on loops, sequences of images

Michael Rotondi: Ready-Made Memories


‘Come doused in mud, soaked in bleach, as I want you to be, as a friend, as a trend, as an old memoria, memoria, memoria. ’Kurt Cobain Art often deals with the interaction of memory with everyday life. It is not by chance that this is also the subject of a song considered a manifesto of the 90’s. ’Come As You Are’ by Nirvana talks

Daniele Girardi: Norvegian Chronicles


Nation: Norway Country: Finnskogen forest Date: November 17 2014 Coordinates GPS: N 60° 5’37.53” E 12°20’50.64” Track: Smorhølmen Lake (second step) Temperature: min -­‐3° max +8° Equipment list: compass, work gloves, map, insulation mat, multitool, thermal blanket, stove, fire stell, tarp, cords, water pot, scotch tape, sketch book, pencil and camera. The forest is a natural cathedral, an arboreal shrine, an elite place