Eduardo Tresoldi plays with the transparency of wire mesh and with industrial materials to transcend the space-time dimension and recount a dialogue between Art and World, a visual synthesis that reveals itself in the fading of the physical limits. The fusion of the classical language and the modernist one generates a third language, which is markedly contemporary. Born in 1987, he was brought up in Milan where, at the age of nine, he began to experiment with different techniques and artistic languages under the guidance of the painter Mario Straforini. In 2009 he moved to Rome and he began to work in different areas. Cinema, music, set design and sculpture provided him a heterogeneous vision of the arts and they became a platform for experimentation. Since 2013 he has been creating interventions for public spaces, focusing his research on the genius loci and the study of landscape elements. His works have been inserted into public spaces, archaeological contexts, contemporary art festivals, music festivals and group exhibitions. In 2016, in collaboration with MIBACT, he worked on the restoration of the Christian Basilica of Santa Maria in Siponto (FG), a unique convergence between contemporary art and archaeology. In 2017 he was cited by “Forbes” as one of the most influential 30 artists Under 30 in Europe. In 2018 he participated in the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, where he made “Etherea”, a monumental temporary installation.