Self-sculpting flower Pink
Self-sculpting flower Pink
Self-sculpting flower Purple-Pink
Self-sculpting flower Purple-Pink
Self-sculpting flower Yellow
Self-sculpting flower Yellow
Site-specific installation, Gaea's Room at Umlaut space, London, 2017
Site-specific installation, Gaea's Room at Umlaut space, London, 2017

Exhibition in collaboration with illustrator Skev, with the support of the Swiss Cultural Fund UK

Site-specific installation, Gaea's Room at Umlaut space, London, 2017
Site-specific installation, Gaea's Room at Umlaut space, London, 2017

Exhibition in collaboration with illustrator Skev, with the support of the Swiss Cultural Fund UK

Untitled No 1, From the series Artificial Truths, 2012
Untitled No 1, From the series Artificial Truths, 2012
Untitled No 2, From the series Artificial Truths, 2012
Untitled No 2, From the series Artificial Truths, 2012
other models. 2015
other models. 2015
other models. 2015
other models. 2015
other models. 2013
other models. 2013
other models. 2012
other models. 2012
other models. 2013
other models. 2013
Reverie, #01
Reverie, #01
Reverie, #02
Reverie, #02
Reverie, #03
Reverie, #03
Reverie, #04
Reverie, #04
Reverie, #05
Reverie, #05
Twins born Triplets, 01
Twins born Triplets, 01
Twins born Triplets, 02
Twins born Triplets, 02
Twins born Triplets, 03
Twins born Triplets, 03
Twins born Triplets, 04
Twins born Triplets, 04
Twins born Triplets, 05
Twins born Triplets, 05
Twins born Triplets, 06
Twins born Triplets, 06
Twins born Triplets, 07
Twins born Triplets, 07
Twins born Triplets, 08
Twins born Triplets, 08
Livia, #01
Livia, #01

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, # 02
Livia, # 02

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #03
Livia, #03

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #04
Livia, #04

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #05
Livia, #05

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #06
Livia, #06

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #07
Livia, #07

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #08
Livia, #08

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Self-sculpting flower Pink
Self-sculpting flower Purple-Pink
Self-sculpting flower Yellow
Site-specific installation, Gaea's Room at Umlaut space, London, 2017
Site-specific installation, Gaea's Room at Umlaut space, London, 2017
Untitled No 1, From the series Artificial Truths, 2012
Untitled No 2, From the series Artificial Truths, 2012
other models. 2015
other models. 2015
other models. 2013
other models. 2012
other models. 2013
Reverie, #01
Reverie, #02
Reverie, #03
Reverie, #04
Reverie, #05
Twins born Triplets, 01
Twins born Triplets, 02
Twins born Triplets, 03
Twins born Triplets, 04
Twins born Triplets, 05
Twins born Triplets, 06
Twins born Triplets, 07
Twins born Triplets, 08
Livia, #01
Livia, # 02
Livia, #03
Livia, #04
Livia, #05
Livia, #06
Livia, #07
Livia, #08
Self-sculpting flower Pink
Self-sculpting flower Purple-Pink
Self-sculpting flower Yellow
Site-specific installation, Gaea's Room at Umlaut space, London, 2017

Exhibition in collaboration with illustrator Skev, with the support of the Swiss Cultural Fund UK

Site-specific installation, Gaea's Room at Umlaut space, London, 2017

Exhibition in collaboration with illustrator Skev, with the support of the Swiss Cultural Fund UK

Untitled No 1, From the series Artificial Truths, 2012
Untitled No 2, From the series Artificial Truths, 2012
other models. 2015
other models. 2015
other models. 2013
other models. 2012
other models. 2013
Reverie, #01
Reverie, #02
Reverie, #03
Reverie, #04
Reverie, #05
Twins born Triplets, 01
Twins born Triplets, 02
Twins born Triplets, 03
Twins born Triplets, 04
Twins born Triplets, 05
Twins born Triplets, 06
Twins born Triplets, 07
Twins born Triplets, 08
Livia, #01

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, # 02

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #03

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #04

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #05

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #06

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #07

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

Livia, #08

Livia was born through the spontaneous observation of the surrounding flora in my neighborhood in London. The location of this subject is a significant departure from the small town in southern Switzerland where I spent my childhood surrounded by woods, alps and lakes. In this series, most of the images are flowers scans and an embodiment of the collision between the organic and digital worlds. For those who have looked into a microscope at least once, Livia provides a window into a syncretistic realm through the exploitation of digital glitches, dust grains and flowers creases. Livia is a garden fresco from Roman villa near the town of Prima Porta; it is also encapsulates the feminine spirit of decay and renewal that permeates our individual experiences of nature.

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