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Roberto Bocci

Roberto Bocci is a photographer and an installation artist. His practice includes single and composite photographic images, installations, and experimental time-based media works. His artistic concerns encompass multiple points of view and questions of personal identity. Bocci has shown his work in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia and has been awarded fellowships and grants including a Fulbright Fellowship, a Woodstock Photography Grant, an Arlington County Spotlight Grant  and numerous Georgetown University research grants to support his work. He lives in Arlington, Virginia, and works in Washington, DC, where he is an Associate professor of Digital Art and Photography at Georgetown University.

Projects

Photo of a woman with her face painted
Transitioning into college comes with optimistic aspirations paired with doubts about the people we are and the experiences we have acquired that have led us to this point.
A new student develops trichotillomania (obsessive urge to pull out one's own hair) after reading a distressing Buzzfeed article.
A documentary about Hoya Break Squad.
Soda bottle exploding
Various visual elements embody a spontaneous release.
Woman lying on a sofa
Cyclical is a short experimental film that focuses on the mental disorders of anxiety and depression.
Before the Attraction Ferments photography project
Photo scenes create surreal environments meant to tease our seriousness and sense of sanity.