(1990 - Termoli, Italy)
D’Amelio has been living in Firenze for eight years where he graduated from the Accademia di Belle Arti. Alongside his studies, he participated in many projects and laboratories with artists and curators outside the academy.
His most important exhibitions include: Give me five, curated by Giorgio de Finisi, MAAM, Roma (2017); The stray statue paradox, curated by Gabriele Tosi, SACI, Firenze, (2017); De pingendi natura, curated by Pietro Gaglianò, SRISA gallery, Firenze (2016); Come sé, curated by Arabella Natalini and Elena Magini, Casa Masaccio, San Giovanni Valdarno (2016).
D’Amelio’s work focuses on the structure and history of image and vision, developing a dual conception between the normative and expressive phenomena of narratives. This gives rise to an interest in the questions of childhood and sexuality, conceived as entropic elements of social structures.