Alberto Biasi's Biography
Alberto Biasi is an Italian kinetic artist born in 1937 in Treviso, Italy. He is part of the post-war avant-garde movement, primarily focusing on kinetic art. Biasi studied philosophy and aesthetics at the University of Padua, where he graduated in 1960. He then moved to Germany to pursue a career in art, eventually returning to Italy in 1965. Biasi's work is known for its use of light, movement, and color in order to create an optical effect. He is also known for his use of materials such as plexiglass, aluminum, and stainless steel. His works are often based on mathematical formulas and mathematical structures. Biasi has exhibited his works in galleries and museums all over the world, such as the Guggenheim, MoMA, and Centre Pompidou. He is also a founding member of the European Kinetic Art Organization.