Vittorio Corsini’s research has always focused on the concept and the ways of living, the dynamics concerning life in both domestic and public spaces and the relationships that are established between individuals inside these places. A career spanning beyond twenty years, Corsini’s work has been exhibited widely across Italy and other parts of Europe in both public spaces and museums, the most recent of which is his solo exhibition at the Museo MACRO in Rome in 2011.
His public installations are found in Pisa, Florence and Prato in Italy. The idea of landscape, both as a physical territory and as a space invested with history and memories, imprinted on the public unconscious, is also inherent to Corsini’s work. “The landscape is the end of the gaze. It’s where the gaze goes to die.”