Daniele Casciari is an Independent Photographer and Art Gallery Curator with a master's degree in photography from The Photography Foundation in Modena, Italy.
With a PHD in Chemistry and a Masters degree in Biotechnology, he left a career in the scientific arena to focus on art and photography, image communication and documentary reporting.
Some of his projects include, how border change the cultural framework and human identity, the condition of Palestinian people in Italy, the conquest of personal identity through bodily asymmetries, the sense of cyclicity in life.
Currently he is working as a photographer in Europe, Italy, the Middle East and Asia.
The consequences of the tightening of the borders in the urban reality can be transposed ITALY - Modena. The consequences of the tightening of the borders in the urban reality can be transposed to a wider concept if we take into consideration what is currently happening in many regions of the world, where ‘power columns’ are making many ancient reality’s vital space tighter than ever. Lengthening of borders to cover all generates a concept where we can look for our identity, our comfort zone and, above it all, our life.
Work on assignment and sold to Menomoca srl, Modena Italy
TAIWAN - Yunlin. One moth in Taiwan, following and interpreting by visual storytelling the big theatrical show called " Il Draaago ". Work on assignment from Teatro dei Venti, Italy.
Middle East - Jordan. Discovering the fluid identity of people and the lands of oil surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, starting from the Middle East, heading to Europe. We are all looking for oil, as both consumers and producers, but what is the contemporary idea of oil? An idea melting and confusing at the same time, depending on the kind of oil we are speaking off. Our challenge is to clarify this point like the horsemen who used to travel through the faded borders, riding the northern limits of the Olive Tree.