Bruno Cerasi

The participatory works, the contrasts between the materials and his drawings make Bruno Cerasi a multifaceted artist who loves the contact with his public.

The participatory works, the contrasts between the materials and his drawings make Bruno Cerasi a multifaceted artist who loves the contact with his public.

Born in Bologna in 1983, Bruno Cerasi attended the Academy of Fine Arts in L'Aquila, but his artistic production underwent a profound change following a traumatic event in his life.

In 2009, in fact, the artist partially lost the use of her sight following a cerebral stroke and since then her investigation has focused on the study of the invisible connections that bind the relationships between people.

From this survey was born Are we all Connected? The participatory exhibition curated by Onstream Gallery from which AWAC, the shared artwork, was created.
(For more information about the work and the exhibition click here).

In particular, Bruno is the artist of contrasts: it is no coincidence that his entire artistic research is pervaded by the use of materials that, in one way or another, are always used in a harmonious relationship with each other.

The NASA Butterfly collection for example, exclusively on Onstream Gallery, contains within it 3 materials.


Paper, cement and glass: each butterfly is both finite (the material it is made of) and infinite (what it represents, i.e. the nebulae of the universe taken by NASA).

A contrast that we can also find in the Air Paintings, in which liquid ink is spread on the surface by the mere action of air, as well as in the artist's drawings, which tell of a year in which Bruno decided to investigate himself through different mediums and languages.

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