Farther

2016—2018

Hong Kong is a city of contrasts. It is profound, spiritual and nostalgic, yet superficial, loud, absorbing. It is organic and plastic, glass, water and concrete, rarely empty. Aimlessly drifting within its cityscape, I pause in front of a blurred horizon, a suffuse lighting, a narrow street and sudden encounter.

Farther is a photographic journey through Hong Kong and Southwest China. The events behind this journey were mostly improvised.


Book and poster design: Quiet Propaganda, Turin, IT
Print: Byblos, 
Turin, IT
C-Prints and book available on request





Trespassing borders: encounters and resistances in performance art

2014—2018

After extensive research and ethnography on performance art within the frame of the Venice International Performance Art Week (2014) and torinoPERFORMANCEART (2014-2016), I participated as guest observer to the 4th UP-ON International Live Art Festival curated by Zhou Bin in Chengdu and the Regeneration-Expansion International Live Art Festival curated by Qing Cai at the Changjilang Contemporary Art Museum in Chongqing (CN).




List of artists
1. Roi Vaara, Excercise for legs (demonstation of two experiments), 2016, UP-ON International Live Art Festivall, Chengdu
2. Zierle and Carter, Hidden Nature, 2016, Regeneration-Expansion Art Festival, Changjiang Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing
3. Tong Wenmin, Untitled, 2016, Regeneration-Expansion Art Festival, Changjiang Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing
4. Monika Günther-Ruedi Schill, Untitled, 2016, UP-ON International Live Art Festival, Chengdu
5. Miyaki Inukai, Three tomatoes, 2016, UP-ON International Live Art Festival, Chengdu 

6. Thomas Goddard, Brando Live, 2016, UP-ON International Live Art Festival, Chengdu

7. Sikarnt Skoolisariyaporn, Untitled, 2016, Regeneration-Expansion Art Festival, Changjiang Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing


Denali Thai Food

2015—2017

In summer 2015 I travelled with my father to Alaska on our fisrt vacation together. My father is a musher, he leads sled dogs. We rented an RV in Anchorage and drove back and forth to Fairbanks. The trip lasted twelve days and more than one thousand miles. 

Along the way, an orange truck and a hand-written sign appeared all of a sudden as an hilarious surprise. Denali Thai Food is merely one of these odd, somewhat absurd man-made presences, which subtly break the majesty of the vast Alaskan wilderness and uncontaminated nature.


Book and poster design: Quiet Propaganda, Turin, IT
Still life photography: Quiet Propaganda, Turin, IT
Postcards available at Printed Matter, Inc., NY
C-Prints and posters available on request