Little sculptures in bio-resin, 3d reproduction of PixelPancho logo.
Edition of 30 (each color).
20 x 20 x 9 cm
A ROBOT HEAD
Numbered and signed by the artist.
Edition of 3.
Weight : 1 kg// 2,2 lb - height: 20 cm //7,9" - width: 25 cm//9,85"- depth : 12 cm //4,7"
GARDEN BOY AND GARDEN GIRL
Garden Boy and Garden Girl are a representation of humanity. As our skin ages, the robot's skeleton rusts. What keeps us alive is our feelings, here represented by the plants. Man projects his desire for perfection and immortality on robots: they do not due, they are what remains once we leave.
GALLERIA VARSI - ROME (ITALY)
Aphrodite is a sculpture situated at the center of the solo exhibit “androidèi” in Galleria Varsi, Rome.
Pixelpancho’s paintings on paper, canvas, wood, and walls feature man as the protagonist, despite humans never appear in the flesh. For thousands of years, men have turned to divine creatures to obtain answers, but over the centuries these entities have changed. As men did with the gods, human beings now project their desire for perfection and immortality on robots, creating them in an effort to overcome their human limitations.
STOLENSPACE GALLERY - LONDON (UK)
PixelPancho’s “Memory Of Our Life” exhibition took place at the StolenSpace Gallery.
For his first exhibition in London, we have been given Room 2 of the StolenSpace, in which we shoewd leaflet states, has set to create an Installation which will transport viewers into a surrealistic robotic environment.
This exhibition featured a series of paintings as well as several installation pieces, including our larger than life hand made robot “Michelone”.
Cats, dogs, birds: our wonderful world of animals, unique pieces made of copper, wood and real skulls.
GALO ART GALLERY - TURIN (ITALY)
At Galo Art Gallery in Turin, Italy, “The Garden of Eden” was a show of little and big sculptures.
We took the occasion of being in our home town to construct and build our largest sculpture to date. This sculpture is a breathtaking work of art and has been presented to the public in side the Galo Art Gallery, during the inauguration on the 14th of September 2013.
To accompany this great beast of a sculpture PixelPancho has created paintings on wood and metal surfaces as well as smaller scale sculptures.