Marco Araldi’s background is in architecture and engineering. After graduation, he worked as an engineer designer in Italy and in London, before becoming the company director of a fashion accessories company based in London.
Marco explores the connections between the world of precise reference points and life. He identifies connections and deviations in works like 'Face analysis', where the proportions of a human face are deconstructed in simple points and projections, or on a much larger scale with Mappa Mundi, where he uses polar coordinates triangulation with the deconstruction done in the same way.
Analyzing architectonical masterpieces and drawing them in fine detail is his way to look into the minds of the architects, the time in which they were living and the connection between social and living requirements imposed on them, comparing them to a contemporary situation and building.
Looking at the world from a mathematical and geometrical lens allows him to deconstruct reality into simpler equations and graphs and explore our surroundings from the mundane to the sublime, providing the navigational tools to find meaning in art and life.