Alessandro Giorgi

Alessandro Giorgi is a self-taught Italian artist, currently living and working in Munich, Germany.
He grew up in a small fishing village on the south-coast of Sicily. His works are records of unconscious thoughts and spontaneous compositions. Small drawings and bigger compositions are crowded with hybrid figures and non-human life forms, stir and recede into aqueous grounds, capturing a moment before the inevitable change transpires.
Everything transforms and is in constant motion within and without us. Our bodies are constantly interacting with our surroundings, our cells and tissues in our body modify and regenerate. Right through the contours, we define ourselves but also interact with the world and stay alive. Exactly like the Island where he come from, Sicily. A fishing village on a borderland, closer to Africa than to the rest of Europe.
Through his work he want to connect seemingly separate elements, show the relationships of mutual influence and dependence that organise our ecosystem and life. He want the observer to be disoriented, looking for an unfamiliar logic, a new order, to reflect upon one’s own identity and its limitations.

Alessandro Giorgi

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