Giacomo works with visual art, installation and performative practice to elaborate humanisms and its possibilities. The interest of his artistic research lies in anthropological and social observations, intuitions, facts, imaginaries, questioning:

‘What it means to be human and how do you feel it?’

here he share possible solutions, not answers, by broadening the concept through alternative and relational forms of creation. His actions seeks to analyze and to trigger “contemporary human beings” through their own behaviors, choices, icons, facts, often in the urban spaces.

So, he sees the whole process of his creation as a potentially invitation, a provocation offered to reveal how we can be connected to each-others and at the same time shape a mutual stratification of consciousness, differences, intuitions, beauty.

But then, how can it be re-presented in an accessible and sharable way once again?

His thoughts are born out of that curiosity, that became the passion, so his observations, his dystopic or utopic visions and architectures develop into shapes.

He tries to connect them and build temporary relations through cultural experiences and deal with one-to-one performances as a practice; but also using drawings as patterns for rituals, in relation with the place and the stories of its inhabitants.

“Being Human is not obvious and its meaning is a constant research, sometimes reached by art”


Giacomo installations are meant to bring questions and feelings without expecting any answers, or maybe just temporary ones. The work tends to be ephemeral and contribute to ‘burn’ passion rather than production.

“The perpetual movement of equilibrium” is the focus around what he likes to call Human-Core, what gives sense to taking time and space to realize and frame how points of view or either pure existences are connected. What is there, in between?

To formulate this question into an art work, He also uses part of his therapeutic art researches as a tool to create meaningful paths and organize the performance as a full experience.

Human’s presence, shapes and bodies become the principal tool to grasp the message in his  work, while time is an important factor in the action or either in the construction. The repetition or the manipulation summons the deep connection that we have with rituals. The results can be read and experienced as a contemporary ceremony where icons and gestures belong to new meanings.

Visual maker, Performer, Ritualist, Curator