Luca Nanini (aka unaduna)
Luca Nanini is born on the 17th of October 1975 in Rome, Italy. After his graduation from the artistic high school he signs in at the painting course of the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome (Accademia di Belle Arti). As a passionate musician he frequented, in 1998, a sound engineering course, where he experienced the expressing potentiality of the motion pictures co-directing his first short movie for the final exam. From this experience he began to insert the time factor in his expression arsenal. In 2001 he realized his first animated video-art work called “UNO” exhibited during the Y.I.A (Young International Artist) at the Rialtosantambrogio in Rome. In the years he gained different experiences as filmmaker and composer realizing various short films, video art and 2-3D Animations. Screened in festivals, exhibitions and TV channels, his works received official prizes and recognitions. He always auto financed his creations with different part-time jobs from the television engineer to the graphic designer.
Since 2010 he lives in Germany where, supported by his work as freelance filmmaker, composer and photographer, he continues with passion to translate his feelings and thoughts into moving images and sounds.
Title: homologos, 2016, 4’40”
“Homologos“ is a reflection and denunciation on the inability of the human being to react to the injustices he sees. Lacking in empathy and courage, he remains unmoved, blocked by fear and egoism, till he becomes himself part of that inhuman, unfair reality in which he failed to respond. Countless times he will be witness, victim and executioner of himself: cowardly author of his own impoverishment and homologation.