Frankie is an artist who mostly works with media art. By simply questioning the concept of movement, Frankie finds that movement uncovers an inherent awkwardness, a intelligence that echoes our own weaknesses. The artist also thinks movement as a metaphor to the ever-seeking man who experience a continuous loss. His growing media artworks isolate the activities of humans and/or materials. By doing so, new sequences are manufactured which reveal an partidario relationship between motion as well as sound. By contesting the actual division between the realm associated with memory and the realm regarding experience, he absorbs the particular tradition of remembrance art work into daily practice. This kind of personal follow-up and rievocazione of a past tradition is vital as an act of yoga. His collected, altered and also own works are being challenged as aesthetically resilient, thematically interrelated material for recollection and projection. The probable seems true and the real truth exists, but it has many deals with, as Hanna Ardent cites from Franz Kafka. When he was young he worked in a elctronic company. This company is making electronic products such as modem cable and many more. Now he is living in liverpool.