Paolo Ferreri (Bergamo, 1995), after graduating in graphic design, specialised in photography and web design at the Academy of Fine Arts Santa Giulia in Brescia. In 2017 he began his personal research with the ‘1s24h’ project which led him to investigate the threshold between contemplative photography and the fortuitous event. In 2018 he worked at the Limen studio as the second photographer of Roberto Ricca. Since 2018 he collaborates with several performative artists in France and Belgium, such a Compagnie HEIMAT and Matteo Sedda, as a photographer for theatre productions. In 2019 he started his first field work for the new ‘TRANS-HUMUS’ project, a research on the roots of transhumance and its contemporary practice, a long tradition of shepherds leading their flock of sheep through the mountains according to the seasons, which started in the province of Bergamo.
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