On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Rino Rossi.
Real-time translation from Italian to English: Abigail Prowse.
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Rino Rossi, born fifty-nine years ago in Giulianova, Abruzzo (Italy), lives his everyday life like a kind of “parallel life”, a kind of “emotional cloud”, full of visions and impulses that through the advent of iPhoneography has come to the surface strongly.
Perhaps plagued by avant / pop culture steeped in the covers of old LPs (which in the past he has devoured with greediness), Rino Rossi (a.k.a. photovivace) designs images of “other” inspiration , whose only limits are defined by the applications that the Apple store offers with ineffable continuity. He also captures images with a mirrorless camera and then processes them on his iPhone.
So “organism” rather than “organic” … “situationism” rather than “situation” … “artism” instead of “art”!
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