Daniele Coppola (°1990 Torino) lives and works in Brussels. He studied philosophy at the Università degli studi di Torino (2011-2014) and subsequently studied sculpture at the Accademia Albertina di belle arti di Torino, University of Art of Helsinki and l’ Academie Royale des Beaux-arts de Bruxelles (MFA 2020). He was the laureate of the Tour à Plomb who hosted his solo exhibition “Sur la Seuil” curated by Stéphane Roy. He was selected for a residency at Fondation Moonens and the prix Mediatine in 2020. His work is deeply influenced by Arte Povera movement. His ephemeral, thought-provoking work is the result of a profound investigation of simple gestures. An intimate thought, a living landscape, simple objects serve as the source of inspiration for a work of art, which subsequently give rise to new possibilities and questions.