Fabian Bürgy is a swiss based Sculptor and Digital Creative. His diverse and playful artistic practice, which includes sculpture, installation and digital imaging, explores the conceptual aesthetic of things through random encounters of materials, misplaced situations and spatial relationships.
First he began as a sculptor, but then moved into graphic design to combine both worlds together and create really unique works. Thus the projects often mix traditional craft with new technology.
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Bürgy creates conceptual situations and small interventions which are inspired by a wide range of mundane objects and appearances, from chairs and suicide belts to skid row textures, nails and even dog tails, all subjected to what could be described as Bürgy’s characteristically slightly violent and disturbing process of transformation of things. He takes specific thoughts and develops conflicts with precise and absolutely minimalistic means.
In recent years he has increasingly taken his practice beyond the actual physical creation and works with digital imaging to conceive his ideas. His works push the boundaries between real and unreal, aesthetics and symbolism.
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