FAB3 e la paura di perdere il controllo
Sto pubblicando una delle mie ultime fatiche: https://fab3.equanta.it. Trovo interessante il lavoro di questo artista. Ecco un breve testo in cui lui stesso si presenta:
I create my projects taking into consideration many points of view. I believe that creativity springs from everywhere. Most of the time, I feel like I really want to catch an instant – a fleeting picture of something that is still happening. Yet sometimes, it can be difficult to frame a sequence; contain a set of actions; materialize a part of our inner world, a funny world, which, to us, is not always so simple to understand and to control. Control, control… This is the key word. The fear of not being in control.
Why should we not rid ourselves of this desire to be in control all the time and discover if we can still make it; see if we can overcome our inner fears, continue to carry on unfettered through life, and still come out happily satisfied… My work aims at blending abstract and recognizable forms, mixing different colours and stimulating as well as confusing the viewer. I hope that my work presents the viewers perceptions with a challenge, subconsciously encouraging him/her to think in slightly more depth than usual…
Fab3 lives in his own colorful abstract dimension. Inspired by the works of Kandinsky, Dali, Mark Rothko, and Jackson Pollock, fab3 uses his canvas as a means of providing a visible equivalent of images already lodged in the subconscious. Mixing themes of inner desires and emotional affects, fab3 tells a story through multi-dimensional and vibrant colours and forms.
Fab3 provides a fresh artistic contemporary outlook. His dynamic style is coupled with his use of multiple mediums, including digitally-composed work, photography, performance video, and installation. Fab3s eclectic expressions and ability to represent these through various mediums have rendered him an innovative and sought-after contemporary artist.
Fab3 has traveled throughout Europe, the United States, and South America. Originally from Italy, he has also lived in the UK, France, and Spain, and is currently residing in the lovely Barcelona.