Unique forms of continuity in space was sculpted in 1913 by Umberto Boccioni, with the intention of representing a human figure in motion, a fluid figure.
Namsal Siedlecki in collaboration with Dr. Sara Nocentini (INRiM researcher) - who participates in the project as a representative of the group led by Prof. Diederik S. Wiersma at the European Laboratory of Non-Linear Spectroscopy (LENS) - started from a 3D model of the original sculpture and created a micrometric version of Unique Forms of Continuity in Space.
(Greenfiend USA 1986), lives and works in Seggiano (GR).
In 2019 he won the XX Cairo Award and the Club GAMeC Prize and in 2015 the 4th edition of the Moroso Award and the Cy Twombly Italian Affiliated Fellow in Visual Arts at the American Academy in Rome. In recent years he has exhibited his work in numerous international institutions in Rome, Kathmandu, Milan, Lisbon, Turin, Venice, Berlin and Moscow.
(Bagno a Ripoli, FI 1987)
After earning the international doctorate in atomic and molecular photonics at the European Laboratory of Non-Linear Spectroscopy (LENS) in Florence in 2017 in the group of Prof. Diederik S. Wiersma, since 2017, he had a post-doc position at the European Laboratory of Non Linear Spectroscopies and since 2019, she is a researcher at the Italian Institute of Metrological Research (INRiM) in Turin.