Roberto Cabot - Fructifications

Roberto Cabot - Publisher ENSBA - 120 pages - Text in Bilingue Français / English - Published in 2024

A graduate of the Beaux-Arts de Paris, Roberto Cabot uses painting to explore the concept of the Sublime and our relationship with a rapidly changing biosphere, as well as the various ways of moving beyond the 'naturalist' model that dominates our globalised society.

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Model 9782840568933
Artist Roberto Cabot
Author Nicolas Bourriaud, Wilfried Dickhoff
Publisher ENSBA
Number of pages 120
Language Bilingue Français / English
Dimensions 220 x 190
Published 2024

This book presents the latest series of paintings, Fructifications, by the artist Roberto Cabot, and accompanies an exhibition to be held in his native Brazil in 2024.

Roberto Cabot was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1963. A Franco-Brazilian citizen, he currently lives and works in Paris. He began his studies at the FAU-UFRJ (Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) and continued them in Paris at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Paris-Malaquais, where he was also admitted to the Beaux-Arts de Paris for a painting course, with Pierre Alechinsky as his teacher.

During this period, Cabot developed a strong relationship with the philosopher Félix Guattari, an encounter that laid the foundations for the artist's organic network thinking and his interest in philosophical-anthropological questions. His work addresses the multiplicity of perspectives of our contemporary perception, often combining very different media and technologies in his production, preferably fusing ancestral and new technologies in a single work. He is a pioneer in the use of the Internet in the arts, having participated in the landmark exhibition.

Recently, he has refocused on painting as a medium, exploring the concept of the Sublime and our relationship with a rapidly changing biosphere, as well as looking for ways to move beyond the 'naturalist' model dominant in our globalised society.


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