The new edition of the Fine Arts Masterclass held by lecturer and designer Umberto Giovannini took place from 25 to 28 January 2023: “Sacrality/Sacred – Collaborative site-specific installation”.
During the masterclass the students of the Master of Arts programme in Fine Arts worked on the realisation of a site-specific collective project in the RUFA Space, at the Pastificio Cerere. The intent was to investigate the concept of “sacred” in the two declinations of Sacredness/Sacred (“what is sacred for me? what is sacred for the group?”), and reinterpret it through the experience of the contemporary.
After that, a process of iconographic and space investigation following a vision of psychogeography, in order to enter into the spatial dynamics. The final work will be realized through the woodcut media and through the concept of ‘multiple’.
Full Professor of Art & Design at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.
After a three-year degree in Graphic Communication Design and a degree in History of Art, he began working as a graphic designer and engraver. His etchings, installations and artist’s books are exhibited internationally. In 2009 he founded the international centre for environmentally friendly graphic design Opificio della Rosa. He is president of Renate Herold Czaschka, a foundation dedicated to graphic art.