Graduating in the Visual Arts course at the University IUAV of Venice, he participated in the Viafarini Residency programme (2015), the Advanced Visual Arts course of the Ratti Foundation (2012), in the Atelier programme of the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation in Venice (2011), in the intensive residency workshop of the Fondazione Spinola Banna per l’Arte (2008). He has exhibited in numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad. Martino Genchi’s approach leads him to tackle contemporary creation transversely using different media from the surveys which he progressively pursues. For him, art is the instrument through which humanity expresses its desire to venture into unexplored territories. This vision leads him to original creations, images, objects, environments and performances in which questioning the idea of limits is often central. Sometimes this involves tangible physical limits like the actual walls of museums and galleries that the artist pierces or crosses with objects, interrupting their static nature and balance, and other times it is a matter of formal, intellectual or social limits. His work may take different forms from geometry potentially extending into infinity to objects linked to the idea of cusps. These are actions at the limit of subversion that the artist uses to demolish automatic mechanisms of perception which are only implied on the surface. These are expressions of an idea of tension or intensity which pervade the world and make it more dynamic by creating an opening for evolution.