Photographer based in Brussels (1995), Cinzia Romanin trained both in architecture and in photography. Her knowledge of space combined with her social entourage led her to collaborate with organisations, architectural agencies, research departments of art and architecture schools, and the photographer Geert Goiris.
Highly interested by human and territorial dimensions, Cinzia Romanin uses the visual medium as a democratic discipline to produce a reflection on the landscape, and its abstracts and physicals metamorphoses. Faced with current societal challenges, her glance immerses you in a sensitive and committed universe in between documentary and fiction to reconsider architectural, environmental and social issues which could become fundamental for our future.
Master degree in Photography at IUAV, Venezia (IT)
Bachelor and Master degree in Architecture at La Cambre Horta, Brussels (BE)