The suite contains one folded cover sheet (24 x 34 cm) and six seperate sheets of drawings (each 24 x 17 cm). The cover is titled 'WATER-VIDEO', inscribed 'FOTO + TECNICA MISTA' and numbered '4' in the upper right and '6' in the lower right corner. The suite is unsigend and undated.
Signature: A signed certificate by Fabrizio Plessi is available.
Image rights: copyright: Fabrizio Plessi
excerpts published in: exhib. cat. Fabrizio Plessi – utopia liquida, Beck & Eggeling Kunstverlag, Düsseldorf 2017, p. 90 ff.
studio of the artist
About Fabrizio Plessi
Drawn to water for its primordial and mystical associations, Fabrizio Plessi has used it as the central inspiration for his installations, films, performances, and massive sculptures since 1968. An early champion of electronic techniques, the famed multidisciplinary artist is interested in deconstructing the boundaries between the arts and sciences. Plessi was catapulted to international fame following his 1988 sculpture Roma, an installation that combined stone ruins and embedded video screens. Since the 1990s, he has taught extensively and created sets for the theater and opera. His sculptures tend toward the large-scale and the spectacular; they include a monstrous electronic waterfall rendered in a spectrum containing over 16 million colors and a nearly 150-foot simulation of an ocean wave. He has extensively exhibited at international art fairs and in 2011 created the Venice Pavilion at the Venice Biennial in partnership with Louis Vuitton.
Italian, b. 1940