Matteo Nasini
Matteo Nasini

Matteo Nasini was born in 1976 in Rome. In 2002 Nasini received a Degree in Double Bass at Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia, Rome.

The research of Matteo Nasini starts from sound study, to take physical shapes deeply examining and observing the sound and plastic substance’s surface. This leads to a practice that methodologically develops in sound installations, performances, textile and sculptural works.

He showed his work at:

Clima Gallery, Marsèlleria, Fluxia, Fonderia Artistica Battaglia (Milan); Maxxi, Macro, Nomas Foundation, Operativa Arte, La Galleria Nazionale, Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome); Villa Croce (Genova); Villa Romana (Florence); Museo delle Palme (Palermo); Palazzo Fortuny (Venice); Centro Arti Visive Pescheria (Pesaro); Art O Rama, Southway Studio, Leclere Centre d’art (Merseille); EDF Foundation, Paris La Defance (Paris); Espace le Carre, Palais Beaux- Arts (Lille); La Panacee (Montpellier); IIC, Hammer Museum (Los Angeles); Marsèlleria (New York); Rowing (London) Royal Museum of Worecester (Worecester); MRAC – Musée Regional d’Art Contemporain, Serignan.

Matteo Nasini was born in 1976 in Rome. In 2002 Nasini received a Degree in Double Bass at Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia, Rome.

The research of Matteo Nasini starts from sound study, to take physical shapes deeply examining and observing the sound and plastic substance’s surface. This leads to a practice that methodologically develops in sound installations, performances, textile and sculptural works.

He showed his work at:

Clima Gallery, Marsèlleria, Fluxia, Fonderia Artistica Battaglia (Milan); Maxxi, Macro, Nomas Foundation, Operativa Arte, La Galleria Nazionale, Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome); Villa Croce (Genova); Villa Romana (Florence); Museo delle Palme (Palermo); Palazzo Fortuny (Venice); Centro Arti Visive Pescheria (Pesaro); Art O Rama, Southway Studio, Leclere Centre d’art (Merseille); EDF Foundation, Paris La Defance (Paris); Espace le Carre, Palais Beaux- Arts (Lille); La Panacee (Montpellier); IIC, Hammer Museum (Los Angeles); Marsèlleria (New York); Rowing (London) Royal Museum of Worecester (Worecester); MRAC – Musée Regional d’Art Contemporain, Serignan.

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Principio Selvatico, 2018 Wool, fabrics
420x270cm
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