The artists of the project PHOTOMATON.
BRUNO PARENTE (Lisbon 1976) is an architect graduated from Faculdade de Arquitectura whose works crosses the field of visual arts and ephemeral installations. He completed his first year of PhD in Arquitectura dos Territórios Metropolitanos Contemporâneos and the basic two years levels of the Ar.Co photography course. At the moment he attends the course of Photography Project and Visual Arts in Atelier de Lisboa oriented by José Luis Neto and Cláudia Fischer.
FERNANDO MARANTE (Matosinhos, 1973) is a visual artist living and working in Lisbon whose work deals with the idea of transformation and self-referenciality of images. In 2017, he finished the Advanced Photography studies at Ar.Co – Centro de Arte & Comunicação Visual, where he won the Leonor and António Parreira scholarship. He’s been showing his work in individual and collective exhibitions like 9:3, produced by Ocupart agency, and PANORAMA 2018, curated by Adelaide Ginga. He published his work in Propeller Magazine, was a finalist artist in the Prémio Arte Jovem Millennium BCP, produced by Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa, and is a selected artist by the XX Bienal Internacional de Arte de Cerveira.
ROSSELLA NISIO is an Italian visual artist with a strong focus on photography and narrative. She has a background in the theory of Cinema and Performing Arts, which she studied in Rome, but moved on to pursue a practical training, first within the field of documentary photography, then drifting towards autonomous still and moving image making. She completed the advanced course in Photography at Ar.Co in Lisbon in 2017, and is currently attending an MA in Media Design at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam.
(c) Projecto Photomaton 2018.