Fabrizio Bellomo (Bari, 1982), is a multi-disciplinary artist, director, curator and writer that carries out his research in a hybrid and experimental way. His approach to the art is broad: he works with archival and historic material, videos and public installations. His art switches between the real and the digital world. His works have been exhibited in personal and collective exhibitions, through public projects, film festivals and presentations. He has attended 39° and 38° Torino Film Festival, he also attended the Padiglione Italia at Biennale di Architettura di Venezia and his work is part of the accompanying catalogue Arcipelago Italia. In the years he has collaborated with Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, La Repubblica, MuFoCo, Fondazione Forma, Apulia Film Commission, Art House – Shkodra, Fondazione Elpis and Galleria Continua, Careof and ICCD. He exposed his work also at MACRO – Roma, Triennale di Milano, Scuderie del Quirinale – Roma, KCB – Beograd, Fundaciò Enric Miralles – Barcelona, Galeria Fab and Tulla Culture Center and Teatri Kombëtar i Shqipërisë and Tirana Art Lab and 18th Mediterranea Young Artists Biennale – Tiranë, IIC – Tokyo, Felleshus – Nordische Botschaften and Kreuzberg Pavillon in Berlin, Unseen Amsterdam, Fotomuseum Winterthur – Zurich [Plat(t)form 2015], Fondazione Pino Pascali, Festival dei Popoli di Firenze, 16th Tirana International Film Festival, 34e Cinemed de Montpellier and at Mostra Internazionale del Nuovo Cinema di Pesaro. He has won several awards and grants including: Special Jury Award at 39° Torino Film Festival (Italiana.doc), Best Film at 39° Bellaria Film Festival, Best Video at Premio Celeste 2012, Inside Art Award at Talent Prize 10 and the Italian Council (edition 10) by MiBACT. His work is part of public and private collections including: MuFoCo Milano, ICCD Roma, Simmons & Simmons Art Collection London/Milano, NCTM e l’arte Milano. His work is part of international essays, like The Body of Solidarity: Heritage, Memory, and Materiality in Post-Industrial Italy in Comparative Studies in Society and History, Cambridge University Press – Cambridge 2017 and Luogo e identità nella fotografia italiana contemporanea, Einaudi, Torino 2013. He has published artist’s books and essays for Postmedia Books – Milano, Centro Di – Firenze, Quinlan edizioni – San Severino Marche. He has held courses and seminars for the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, CFP Bauer Milano, Accademia di Belle Arti di Lecce and Teatro Pubblico Pugliese.