“Programmed to show off by offering spectacular services and attractions,
sinister creaks come from inside the machines that inhabit our everyday lives.”
This sensation is the starting point for the creation of Finamore’s Biomechanical Circus and Freak Show.
Inside the huge tent, we can detect a faint creaking sound from these machines as they dazzle us with their abilities.The lights fade down, the band strikes up, and the show goes on.
Giorgio Finamore is a graphic artist and illustrator who is born in 1975, in Mestre, near Venice. Studied for his Diploma in Stage Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. His illustrations and graphic work have been published in magazines and books, and on countless CD covers. He has collaborated for many years with the Venetian record label Caligola Records, creating artwork for international Jazz musicians such as Anthony Braxton & the Diamond Curtain Wall Quartet, Bebo Baldan, Marco Tamburini, Sandro Gibellini, Ares Tavolazzi and many others. Twentyish personal exhibitions in Italy, participant in thirtyish collective exhibitions, he recently won First Prize in “All’inferno!”, the International Illustration Competition chaired by Altan (Oderzo, 2011). He has collaborated with 0.618 Danza Butoh Mexico, creating 26 illustrations for the choreographic scenic apparatus (plus accompanying art exhibition) for the stage performance “Butoh de Salon” (Mexico City, 2011). One of his works was selected as the official image of the OperaKantica festival inaugurated by Alejandro Jodorowsky (Monselice, 2011).
|Dimensions||cm 23,0 x 23,0|
|LA NUOVA VENEZIA||05-10-2012|
|Biomechanical Circus: nell'arte di Giorgio Finamore||POETARUMSILVA.WORDPRESS.COM||www||26-10-2012|
|HULAHOOP GALLERY||exibart.com||PDF www||04-11-2014|
|ILLUSTRAZIONE & GRAFICA||Il Gazzettino||30-12-2014|
|Biomechanical Circus, il tendone delle fantasie oscure||Altrisogni.it||www||26-02-2018|