Marco Emmanuele was born in Sicily in 1986. Initially devoted to music research, in 2010 he decided to continue his studies in Architecture by moving to Rome, where he now lives and works. The artist creates works in ceramic, iron or glass, which revolve around the debris, the residual element, a witness of the human attitude towards colonizing places, but also of an entropic process of returning to nature. The most recent research focuses on the performance and design of drawing machines, devices that show human-machine interference, otherwise defined as malfunction. In recent years he was in residence at the La Fornace residence in Milan in 2019, and at Les Atelier Wonder-Liebert in Paris in 2018. He exhibited his works and performed performances in Italy and at abroad. Among the most recent exhibitions: Ionian Archaeological Archives (Bivy Space, 2018, Anchorage, Alaska), It was not me, It was not me (Wonder-Liebert, 2018, Paris), Rosina #0 (Limone Space, 2016, London).