Gabriele Dini

Rhizome is a porcelain sculpture that investigates the use and the condition of the Word. Often used for rhetorical purposes, the language is used to move the masses or suppress them without leaving tangible evidences.

Gabriele Dini

Harmony
2014
Etching, hard-ground on zinc plate
40x 15cm

Gabriele Dini is an Italian artist recently graduated from the Royal College of Art&Design. He exhibited internationally including the Museum of Natural Science in Turin, the Skeltema Complex in Leiden and the V&A Museum in London. Winner of the StudioRCA summer exhibition selected by Brian Catling at Riverlight, he also received the Thames Barrier Print Award 2014 and the Augustus Martin Award 2014.