Born in Rome in 1974, a graduate in Architecture in 2003.
His research moves from the poetics of objects to those of location, intersecting the social implications inherent to the relationship between natural and urban environments, and between man and architecture. His most important recent exhibitions include: Connect the dots (and see the unseen), Macro, Rome; Selbsbewegung, Galleria Corpo 6, Berlin, 2012; Bachem-Natter Happy-Christmas, Museo Carandente, Spoleto, 2011; La Costante Cosmologica, Fondazione Rocco Guglielmo, Catanzaro, 2011; Contemporary energy. Italian attitudes, Supec, Shanghai, 2010; Energia:Umanità=Futuro:Ambiente, MAXXI e Tempio di Adriano, Roma, 2009.
He participated in the first edition of DATABASE in 2012, within the group exhibition The Stones are My Ideas of Imagination, curated by Mike Watson and displayed at the Marble Museum of Carrara from December 15th 2012 to February 23rd 2013. The artist’s works, selected by the curator, form a philological research into the construction of the Monolith, the obelisk placed within the Foro Italico in 1932, which represents an ideal connection between the cities of Rome and Carrara.