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Rosa del deserto d'asfalto Photograph - Limited Edition of 1

Fabio Bix

Photography, Color on Aluminium

Size: 39.4 W x 29.5 H x 2 D in

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With the photography project “Voloaraso” I highlighted a cosmology of figurative elements in the litter on the sidewalks of the city.

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Photography:Color on Aluminium

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1

Size:39.4 W x 29.5 H x 2 D in

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cre-active / Writer and Artist I chose to be born in ’69 (an evocative number…) in Italy, without imagining that Brescia – the city where I work and live – would become one of the most polluted places in the world… I took things quite calmly (I am sloooowww): It took me 30 years to become a child… In 2002, my first narrative book was published that had two “I” narrators. In the second book, I split myself into 7 narrators. The “written word” began to limit me… I continued to write and create various theatrical productions. In 2007, I abandoned the written word but not my need to communicate. From that point, I began to transform common objects. In shoes, I discovered faces: “Shoes Art” project. With pasta – that had expired – I cooked designs that I would not have been able to create with a pen: “Pasta-Asciutta” project. With poker cards, I touched the peaks of illusionism: “c’Arte da Gioco” project. With the photography project “Voloaraso” I highlighted a cosmology of figurative elements in the litter on the sidewalks of the city. In “Mr Mistèr” – my third “new futuristic” book (2010) – there is a fusion between the written word and visual art. I am a co-author of two short films: “Graffiti Love”, created using stop-motion to animate my 2 characters from the Shoes-art series. And “Fame”, artistic metaphor of that which – universally – pushes man to a continuous and insatiable search, in good times and in bad, to extreme consequences. Play and irony are distinct characteristics in all of my work. I have exhibited in galleries and museums. It is more likely to find me in a pub.

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