12 June 2019
From 7 pm to 12 am
Via degli Ausoni 1, 00185, Roma
“My attention is focused on the links created between images rather than the single image itself, by enhancing their discordances, conflicts and the way they question one another, rather than their analogies. I think that I am pushed to do so because of the completely un-thoughtful way in which we avail ourselves of images nowadays: without distinctions or labels, mixing intensities and
contents so different from one another.”
JACOPO TOMASSINI (Roma, 1979)
He studied History and Critics of Cinema at the Università di Roma Sapienza and started working as an assistant director in various film productions. In 2015 he obtained a Master at the Fondazione Fotografia Modena.
In 2010 he started working within the field of visual art, collaborating with various artists and exploring new areas of research and experimentation.
Since 2012, his artistic research has been focusing on the use of various genres and techniques - from still life to collage, from performance to installation, from assemblage to portraiture - to
question nature, ambiguity and contradictions of the photographic
image, playing with its relationship with the other visual arts and communication media.