Davide Angheleddu has been graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano in 2000. Since then he started working in an architecture studio specialized in interior design, developing a deep knowledge of 3D digital modeling tools. During this experience he developed the concept of digital representation not just as a technical tool for showing a project, but as a means of progressive project refinements starting from an initial seed for reaching the ideal shape. This idea has been the basis of his artistic production. In 2005 he began to develop a personal conception of digital art inspired by natural shapes. He has been invited to several international art exhibitions in London, Milan, New York and Santiago de Compostela. Recently he is working to a digital sculpture representing an artistic view of the Higgs Boson event, based on CERN experimental data.