paolo piscitelli

Paolo Piscitelli graduated from the Academy of Fine Art in Torino, Italy. He works in drawing, sculpture and installation and oftentimes starts in response to specific sites. His compositions are often in a perpetual metamorphic stage. Like in the most recent works centered on permutations, ephemeral construction and visual anagrams, his praxis reveals unexpected possibilities more or less like the act of dreaming that combines, often using randomness, fragments of an experienced reality in order to create new narratives.

Paolo Piscitelli, More Work More Space, 2009, wood, various dimentions
Paolo Piscitelli, North, 2009, glove, paper-mache and pencil, 40 X 25 X 15 cm
Paolo Piscitelli, 107 Days/100 Drawings, 2009
Paolo Piscitelli, Parallel Phenomena, 2009, terra-cotta, 180 X 20 X 40 cm
Paolo Piscitelli, Out of Print (Houston Chronicle, Wednesday, November 5, 2008) (Work Horse/Show Horse), 2009, rebar and pencil, 125 X 122 X 1 cm
 
Paolo Piscitelli, Out of Print (The New York Times, Sunday, February 22, 2009)(More Work/More Space), 2009, rebar and pencil, 130 X 123 X 1 cm
 
Paolo Piscitelli, Out of Print (Houston Chronicle, Saturday, January 24, 2009)(Hands On/Hands Of), 2009, rebar and pencil, 147 X 122 X 1 cm
Paolo Piscitelli, Out of Print (Houston Chronicle, Thursday, March 5, 2009)(Coyote/I Like America and America Likes Me), 2009, rebar and pencil, 125 X 120 X 1 cm
Paolo Piscitelli, Labor #5 (Luce del mattino), 2008, video, 19 min. loop