Born in Rome in 1978, his work analyses the great themes of world history which are ‘filtered’ via semantics and linguistic mirrors. Birth and death, the past and the future, order and chaos, stability and change form part of this vision of a universe which, reduced to the chemistry of the elements, presents extraordinary and surprising points of tangency. In order to accomplish this, the artist uses different techniques verging on the investigative that “scan” reality which then allow him to analyse it, synthesize it, establish connections and trains of thought. He translates his original designs into enormous installations and videos, giving free rein to the diverse expressive possibilities available.
Among his main solo and group shows are Blain Southern London, A complex instant Moscow, a special project for the 4th Biennale in Mosca, Galleria Lorcan O’Neill in Rome; MAXXI, Rome; Centro per l’arte contemporanea Pecci, Prato; Istituto Italiano di Cultura Los Angeles; Centro arti visive in Pescheria, Pesaro; M.A.R. Museo d’Arte in Ravenna; M.A.D Museum of art and design New York; MACRO Museo d’arte contemporanea Rome; TEA, Tenerife Espacio de Las Artes, Canary Islands; Kaoshiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan; Taichung Creative Cultural Park, Taiwan, Cassina Show room, New York, All-Russian Museum of Decorative Applied and Folk Art, 4th Biennale of Moscow.
In 2009 he won the Premio Cairo and in 2010 won the Premio New York. He was the recipient of a research grant at Columbia University for 2010-2011, artist-in-residence in 2010 at I.S.C.P. The International Studio & Curatorial Program. New York, and artist-in- residence in 2012 at the Nirox Foundation Johannesburg South Africa.