Over the past few years Felipe Pantone has fully scaled the Mt. Olympus of urban art. His career has developed through a progressive blending of his two souls — graffiti writer and artist. In recent years his research focuses on the three-dimensionality of his graphics and on an aesthetic that takes cues from 8-bit and the early web. With this work he wanted to push himself, leaving behind the wall and creating an immersive installation for Outdoor, one that materializes three-dimensionality in a space with strong virtual connotations. In the space assigned to him, boxes and cylinders hang from the ceiling, stretching across the room. The forms are painted with black and white stripes and bright hues reminiscent of the 90s Paintbrush palettes. As happens daily during our internet usage, Cyberspazio Tubolare (Tubular Cyberspace) leads the viewer to explore a digital world materialized and multiplied by a series of mirrors installed on the floor, referencing a soft edged vaporwave aesthetic.


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