Zaira Zarotti was born in Venice into a non-conventional family of artists that encouraged her to draw on the walls of their studio. After attending one year of scenography at Venice Art Academy and after a stage of scenic photography for theatre, she realized that “Staged Photography” – an expression having many nuances – “set photography” or “mise-en-scene” was a very fascinating field for her. She has always preferred to build and manipulate a set to investigate the narrative and illusionistic potential of photography, instead of searching in the real world her photographic identity.

Volume One

Gastrometry aims to explore how pioneering geometrical designs and ideas evolve the modern sensualization of the dining experience, as well as how the heavenly art of savour inspires professionals to reinvent the perception and utility of all the goods associated with the act of rejoicing into food.