Fine Art project about Spinoza's philosophy
Date Taken:January 16, 2023
Country of Origin:Italy
Camera:Several cameras digital and analog
Monvisions Photography AwardsLondon
July 25, 2021
Honorable Mention in People Category
Sergio Marcelli was born in Ancona (Italy) in 1971.
A lover of the visual arts, he approached photography at a very young age and deepened it - after high school - with a course in visual design. At the same time, he approached audiovisuals, discovering a passion for the Super 8 and 16mm format.
His research work was presented at the 9th Edition of Fotografia - Festival internazionale di Roma (2010) and in various Italian and European cities through solo and group exhibitions. One of his works is part of the self-portrait collection acquired by the Museum of Information in Senigallia.
Over the years, he has directed several video portraits of artists, including the one of Tatsumi Orimoto, Breadman Grotesque - presented in 2007 in the kunsthalle Sala 1 in Rome - and the one of the painter Simona Bramati, commissioned on the occasion of the exhibition Lachesi, filatrice del destino, Palazzo della Signoria, Jesi, 2008.
He is currently directing a documentary centred on the figure of the musician FM Einheit.
The paradox of Photography is generated by its verisimilitude with the visible world.
Verosimilarity accepted a priori in faith to its photomechanical essence.
The truth that light demonstrates has only one point of shadow, its own.