Simone Vezzani La fine di noi tutti


Simone Vezzani Collection




941 x 529 mm



historical period

Contemporary Art

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Artwork Details

'La fine di noi tutti' is a 3D video made using photogrammetry techniques. The reliefs and scans were taken in 2021 during a visit to the Catacombs of Paris, a place where human skulls and bones have been accumulated for hundreds of years. The video shows these skulls, realistically depicted, shedding tears of dark material from their eyes. With the title 'La fine di noi tutti' , the work wants to draw attention to the end that we all, sooner or later, must face. But beyond its literal meaning, the work also wants to reflect on human decay and the slow and inexorable flow of time. Made in 2022, 'La fine di noi tutti' is a work that requires the viewer to reflect carefully and deeply. With its strong emotional imprint, it invites us to reflect on our existence and our relationship with others."

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Simone Vezzani is an Italian visual artist and 3D designer. Starting his career working as interior designer and later in advertising and commercials, he has always dedicated himself full time to the study of 3D softwares.

Within a few years he mastered the most popular 3D modeling and animation programs, experimenting with any possible applications .

Between 2018 and 2020 the growing social popularity of his videos, together with the disruptive style of his animations earned him the attention and requests for collaborations with prestigious international brands, including Warner Music, Universal Music, Valentino Garavani, Riot Games, Aprilia and Bode-Museum in Berlin. In 2019 and 2021, the London BBC Click show dedicated an exclusive report to him, broadcasted worldwide.

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Simone Vezzani Collection