Davide Dal Sasso
Postdoc Fellow, University of Turin
Davide Dal Sasso has two Master’s degrees, one in Philosophy and one in Art History. He received his Ph.D in Philosophy from the University of Turin in 2017. His research is focused on the relationship between philosophy, aesthetics, and contemporary art with a particular interest in conceptualism, the role of practices in arts, the issues of expressiveness and representation. He is a member of Labont-Center for Ontology and editor of “Dialoghi di Estetica” (Dialogues of Aesthetics), a column on philosophy and art published in the magazine Artribune (https://www.artribune.com/tag/dialoghi-di-estetica/). He has edited the new edition of Ermanno Migliorini, Conceptual Art (Mimesis, 2014) and he is the author of the books Nel segno dell’essenziale L’arte dopo il concettualismo (Rosenberg & Sellier, 2020) and The Ground Zero of the Arts: Rules, Processes, Forms (Brill, 2021). He is the co-editor with Ugo Volli (University of Turin) and Maurizio Ferraris (University of Turin) of the issue of Rivista di Estetica Rethinking Philosophy, Semiotics, and the Arts with Umberto Eco (Rosenberg & Sellier, 2021); the co-editor with Elisabeth Schellekens (Uppsala University) of the volume Aesthetics, Philosophy, and Martin Creed (Bloomsbury, 2022).