The way in which Giacomo Braglia (Jack) uses the camera lens provides the viewer with the opportunity to discern new visual content and digest these strong narratives, revealed in the minute details and aesthetic properties found in each composition.
A conversation between the viewers and the people of Ethiopia as they really are, not as they are perceived through generic paradigms.
Exhibition at Biennale of Venice discussing the theme of immigration.
Installation in Canal Grande with Helidon Xhixha. A message sent to the world against plastic pollution in the oceans for a better future.
Installation in front of the Yacht Club de Monaco with Helidon Xhixha
Installation in the garden of Milano Triennale with Helidon Xhixha
Reflections inevitably converse with opposites and juxtapose a double reality
For some, winter is sadness and solitude, for others it is a period of inner search, and silence.
This is an invitation to Turn it off and revive the colours in one’s life, using the black screen to reflect the surroundings.
Capturing instances of their journey reveal their personalities, while the encounter always brings a new perspective into their intimate world.
Jack’ sculptures are inspired by his research in how to evolve photography codes while using new materials in a three dimensional space and creating a conversation between classic and contemporary art.
This is my Pop Vision of Ethiopia.