Jacopo Miliani lives and works in Milan. He studied Fine Arts at Central Sant Martins a London and works mostly with photography, installation, and performance. His research focuses on the creation of personal images but also on the dynamics of language and communication. The artist’s use of dance and theatre attempts to question the role of the audience and how we interact in a world mediated by images that belong to collective imagination.
A selection of his solo exhibitions and performances includes Fig. 2, ICA, London (2015); Not With a Bang CAB, Grenoble (2015), Odious Oasis, Studio Dabbeni, Lugano (2015); Gust, Baco Project Space, Bergamo (2014); Easy as... Simple as, Frutta Gallery, Roma (2014); If you can dance you will be my memory, David Roberts Art Foundation, London (2013); Stage Fright, Deutsche Banck KunstHalle, Berlin (2013); Knowledge is Good Videoteca GAM, Turin (2013); PlayMakesPlay, Frutta Gallery, Roma (2012); Do you believe in mirages?, Ex 3, Florence (2012); Parallel words, irrelevant worlds, Project 38, Lucca (2010): Evet… Evet…, MARS, Milan (2009).