▼ Matteo Mauro Studio 🍓💥🍓
Matteo Mauro, born in Sicily and currently based in London and Milan. He graduates at the University College of London, studies and works with influential designers such as Isaie Bloch and Ron Arad. His main instruments of artistic expression are contemporary techniques of representation which reinvents the traditional engraving and sculpting methodologies. Matteo Mauro’s inscription paintings have won many awards around the world for their unpreceded generative technology, including Master of Art 2018 and International Van Gogh Prize, awarded by Roy Dali, son of Salvador Dali. He is well-known for his series Micromegalic Inscriptions. His research has been published in a worldwide distributed book, Micromegalic Inscriptions. Founded his art studio in 2017 in Mornington Crescent London, Matteo Mauro Studio. In 2021 became an emerging star of the NFT art market and the first artist in history to offer retrospective blockchain tokenization to his collectors for physical artworks. Defined as “a representative of Crypto Art in Italy” by Forbes, Libero, Adnkronos… His art is collected by some of the largest art funds. Mauro collaborated with the Lamborghini family at their first NFT release. His works have been exhibited at Royal Academy of Arts, MACS, Milan Triennale, Marte Museum, MEAM, Museo della Fabbrica, Dubai Design District, Qianjiang International Art Museum, Datong Museum, Le Salon des Indépendants…
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The meaning of the term micromegalic is excavated within the realm of Rococo ornamentation. Rococo ornamentation is examined geometrically, mathematically, and historically. In this study, engraved prints constitute the main sources of research and analysis. The historical investigation is followed by an expose of the influence of Rococo principles on a number of contemporary digital creations. The book reports on, and discusses, the author’s contemporary artworks inspired by Rococo prints and their particular techniques of fabrication and representation. These experiments sit within the realm of Generative Art. As such, their purpose is to develop Micromegalic Inscriptions, which are dynamic simulations of both abstract details and fictional landscapes.
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