After growing up near Naples, Laurent Fiorentino moved to Switzerland where, in 2020, he obtained his Bachelor's degree in photography at the Ecal. Today he lives and works in Lausanne. His artistic practice combines photography and sculpture.
By blurring the border between the living and the image, the every day becomes a space for creation. The organic, the desire, the quest for identity and intimacy are the engines of research impregnated with lyricism.
In his sculptures he mainly works on the dynamic between attraction and repulsion, he develops a kind of collage mixing prints of sex toys, animal organs, ritual objects and modelled forms. Seeking the viewer's reaction, between abjection and interest, his objects often question sexual desire, guilt and death.