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Rodrigo Sassi

Born in 1981 in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Lives and works in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Rodrigo Sassi  obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts course in Pláticas Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado – FAAP in 2005. The beginning of his artistic career is characterized by the development and practice of urban interventions using and experiencing the city in support of action, reflection and inspiration for his work. During this time, as well as personal projects, he has worked with a number of established artists, this exchange gave him opportunities to try different media and techniques addressing different issues. This research so far conducted on urban intervention became a reference to an aesthetic and conceptual work in the studio.

Currently his production is devoted to research three-dimensional works within the boundaries of sculpture and installation taking as main subject architecture.

Most of the materials used in his works are found in building constructions and using the same buiding technics, Sassi subverts the idea of functional structures through the creation of molds for reinforced concrete whose only function is drawing the space that it sets as an architectonic extension.

2015 – In Between Part one – Nosco/ Frameless Gallery – London ,UK
2015 – In Between Part two – MdM  Gallery – Paris, FR
2014 –  Dentro está contido em algo – Centro Cultural São Paulo, Brazil
2014 – A câmera se desloca procurando acompanhar uma segunda intenção  Solo Project –  Zona MACO – Mexico City, Mexico
2014 –  Tenho um bom conhecimento sobre bolhas e respingo, porém informal – Museu da Sustentabilidade – São Paulo, Brazil
2013 – Desdobramentos Infiltrórios –  FUNARTE –  Brasília, Brazil
2013  – Entre o Céu e a Terra, Bolhas – Paço das Artes – São Paulo, Brazil
2013  – 18th International Festival of Contemporary Art – Videobrasil – SESC Pompéia São Paulo, Brazil
2012 – Ponto pra Fuga – MAMAM no Pátio – Recife, Brazil
2011  – Nova Escultura Brasileira  – Caixa Cultural Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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