Born in Verona, 1994.
Lives and works in Milan.
Carlo Gambirasio has obtained a BA in Visual Arts from NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti di Milano, and is now pursuing an MA in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies at the same institution.
He has performed at the Theatre of Learning, curated by Marco Scotini (2015), and his work has been showcased at MACAO, Spazio Current, Milano (2016), and at Triennale di Milano (2017).
He was the first artist chosen for the Minority Report section, and his works were featured in Naturalia et artificialia in October 2016.
L’ancestrale (The Ancestral) is a clock that only works when someone, or something approaches it, so the time it shows is the time it has spent close to someone, or something else.
Macchina della pioggia (Rain machine) is a mechanical device that creates non-reproducible images.
The machine projects a continuous image of circulating water that it won’t be able to ever reproduce.
Linea variabile (Variable line) investigates a constant variable in the construction of a landscape: the line of the horizon. The work introduces movement as a way to better understand the implications of the location of the line of the horizon, and therefore of a point of view.