Bloodshift/One

  • Luca Spano, M.F.A. 2016
  • Hometown Cagliari, Italy

My research focuses on the wide concept of cultural landscape and its implications with subjectivity. Using postmodern anthropology approach as a background, I imagine the landscape as a fluid text, a series of overlapping links of personal and cultural aspects, therefore I'm interested not only in the material aspect of the landscape but also in its endless connections with our subjectivity and our cultural imaginary. In this way my work is concerned with the matter of interpretation–codification–representation, investigating how we codify our imaginary and at the same time how our idea of something is codified by it.

From a practical point of view I work using lens based media, installation and currently books.

Luca Spano