DIVERGENT VISIONS: “Inhabited time and temporal space”.
Two full days workshop with Massimo Mastrorillo who will help to understand that in the society of pictures, hypervisibility makes us blind, insensitive, conformed, even when we are not. The goal of this workshop is to learn to see in a different way, that moves away from fads and from descriptions of the real. A vision capable of reaching the depth through evocation, imagination, and scrutiny.
The assignment of themes, the analysis of various authors, the selection of contents and the development of authoriality will the the basis of the construction of a true alternativity of the gaze. Participants will learn to get intimate with places and people, understanding how “the art of observing” could become an act that is full of joy and intensity, to the point of becoming an emotional medium.
The two-day workshop will alternate between practical training and moments of class-learning in an equipped space. Max participants allowed: 10.
Massimo Mastrorillo is a photographer born in Turin, who lives and works in Rome. He studied in Perugia and graduated fromat the European Institute of Design in Rome. Mastrorillo has mainly worked on long-term documentary photographic projects, reporting the severe aftermath of war and natural disasters and their repercussions on society.
His shots have been published in numerous national and international magazines, and he took part in many exhibits around the world. He won various prizes, such as the “World Press Photo”, the “Picture of the year international”, and the “Sony World Photography Awards”.
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