Fabio Giorgi Alberti is a contemporary Norwegian artist who currently lives between Bevagna and Rome in Italy. Alberti’s current works combine sculpture, painting, drawing and poetry. Continuously fascinated with language, words form a predominant theme throughout Alberti’s works. Written words, letters, and groups of letters, appear in his most characteristic artistic productions. Alberti’s interest in the boundaries between what we think of as precise and tangible in meaning and that which is blurred, unfixed, and fluctuating, is embodied in his sculptural practice. Whilst we might recognise precise words or objects in Alberti’s works, their context and juxtaposition both with one another and in form means that their implication is entirely redefined. Even in the absence of the use of text, Alberti’s sculptures invite us to contemplate the meaning of things. Through the visual practice, Alberti invites us to cross boundaries and investigate how it is that we make sense of the world.
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