“Anarchitecture” and “Landscape and Geometry” are a series of digital collages that investigate the relationship between artiﬁcial and natural components within landscapes. In both works the contrast between architecture and nature is tense and unstable. Manmade structures and geometrical objects become part of the wild and self-organized wilderness, but also remain visibly distinct.
“I see architecture as a space where actions and relationships between human beings and nature become tangible, with landscapes serving as the medium. Our actions are always related to nature; sometimes working in harmony with it, sometimes working against it.”
-Manuel Coletto, Architect and Visual Artist.
Manuel Coletto was born in Venice, Italy in 1986. In 2009 he graduated in Architecture from IUAV University of Venice and went on to participate in a six-month Erasmus program in Bruxelles. He received his master degree in Architecture in Rome in 2013.
Manuel currently works and lives in Berlin.
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