Italian artist Quayola uses technology to explore the tensions and balance between seemingly opposing forces: the real and the artificial, the figurative and the abstract, the old and the new. He constructs immersive installations in which he engages with canonical images and reinterprets them through contemporary technology. Landscape painting, classical sculpture, and iconography are a few examples that serve as starting points for Quayola’s hybrid compositions.
His work has been shown worldwide, including at the V&A Museum in London, National Art Center in Tokyo, UCCA in Beijing, SeMA in Seoul, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Park Avenue Armory in New York, and on the occasion of Ars Electronica in Linz and the Sundance Film Festival.
Website of Quayola