Fabrizio Plessi

Fabrizio Plessi is an Italian artist, who works in Italy and Germany, and is mainly active in the field of video installations.
From the start Plessi focused his artistic research on the themes of water and fire, declined in installations, films, videotapes and performances.


In Italy he participated in 14 editions of the Venice Biennale, from 1970 until the last in 2011, and was awarded by the Quadriennale of Rome in 1999. He has collaborated with museums all over Europe and received important awards.

For Fabrizio Plessi the goal is to break down the barriers between technology and art. He does this by exploiting the communicative and sophisticated potential of the screen and the more poetic and emotional one of drawing. The graft between the two elements, seemingly distant, generates fluid works that address current issues such as the flow of time, the primordial and indissoluble relationship between man and environment and social evolution.