‟ Since I was a child I had the need to understand how things worked trying to understand the mechanisms that regulate them, breaking them up to the point of no return. Needless to say my parents weren’t always happy with this curiosity of mine. Today my work as researcher and artist explores the systems of visual languages, its strategies, its grammar and its elements, with particular reference to machine vision ”
Carloalberto Treccani is a PhD researcher at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong and a visual artist. He worked as university lecturer in Italy and as visiting lecturer at Strzemiński Academy of Art, Łódź (PL), University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Ottersber (DE) and Ningbo Polytechnic, Zhejiang (CN). His work as artist has been exhibited in one-artist exhibitions at Junge Kunst, Wolfsburg (DE) and Fabio Paris Art Gallery, Brescia (IT) and in group shows in such venues as, The Venice Biennale, Venice (IT), Via Farini, Milan (IT), Pecci Museum, Milan (IT), Forma Foundation, Milan (IT), Mulhouse Biennale of young contemporary artist in Europe, Mulhouse (FR), Castello Sforzesco, Milano (IT), Prague Biennale 4, Prague (CZ). He is currently working on a research on the topic of Machines Vision and how the ability to see and perceive the world of these machines is affecting the human perception/vision.