Lorenzo Bocca was born in Soresina, (Cremona, Italy), in 1959. In 1976 he began an apprenticeship under Alberto Sartoris, a master of Modern Architecture, with whom he became friends. He took a degree in Architecture at the Milan Polythecnic in 1987. He then began working with Angelo Giuseppe Bertolio on several architectural projects in what was the result of an ideal partnership of Art and Architecture. He went on to research the works of architect Francesco Borromini. Starting from the French religious Father Sebastien Truchet’s studies, carried out in the 17thcentury, he began investigating the endless combinations which originate from the division of a square by its diagonal. His interest in geometry led him to the works of Giorgio Scarpa and models of rotational and bionic geometry. He is part of the art movement known as Astractura and recognizes line as the minimum element in a work of art. Furthermore, he explores the potentialities of paper folding and has taken part in a great number of individual and group shows. He published his Sperimentare Geometrie (Lorenzo Bocca, Experiencing Geometries, Galleria Milanese Scoglio di Quarto, Milano, 2015) edited by Francesco Pagliari. He exposes a Trittico at The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art of Dallas, Texas.
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