Fossil fuel is the most powerful substance in the world. The proof is how it has changed and increased homogenization of the landscape and physical space.
Omar Sartor was born in 1981 in Vittorio Veneto, a place near Venice. Since his childhood he has loved nature, playing with leaves, branches and insects. He graduated as an agricultural expert, but after some professional experiences in livestock and agricultural he decided to leave everything and started learning cinematography. He graduated in photography and film editing. Afterwards, his father decided to gave him a motorcycle, so he started traveling everywhere, losing the sense of space and time. From that point starts the professional and personal photographic research about natural and anthropic landscape, it relations, evolution and involution.