Luca Pancrazzi, ‘Untitled (Fuori registro)’, 2005, Galerie Andrea Caratsch

About Luca Pancrazzi

Multimedia artist Luca Pancrazzi is known for his painting, sculpture, photography, video, light boxes, and large installation pieces that manipulate reflective surfaces in order to distort shapes. His work is based on the Florentine mathematician Corrado Brodi’s principle that two bodies cannot occupy the same place at the same time. By covering cars, clocks, and other objects with hundreds of tiny glass shards, Pancrazzi creates a pixelated effect to contort the eye’s perception of these forms. Pancrazzi’s painting features similar objects and themes.

Italian, b. 1961, Figline Valdarno, Italy, based in Milan, Italy

Group Shows

2017
New York,