top of page

Luca Di Mascolo 



Luca Di Mascolo is an astrophysicist at the Max-Planck-Institut für Astrophysik in Munich, studies the largest objects in our Universe after the Universe itself. Photography is the means that allows him to stop and observe the materiality of everyday life.


The suspension of what we call "normal" represents the mirror of time that each of us is experiencing. In the meantime, time understood as the undaunted flow of nature lives regardless of quarantines and distances. For this reason I propose two subjects: one, an expression of fluidity and, therefore, emblematic in its transitory being; the other, perennial and immutable in our eyes, but in an inexorable becoming. A contrast of colors and temporal realities to reflect on how many changes can arise even in an apparent stasis.

bottom of page