Fabrizio Savi

Fabrizio Savi lives in San Severino Marche (MC), where his private studio-atelier is based.
He measured himself at a very young age with sculpture, dealing with issues of social denunciation.
These are the years of the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata, in which he deepens sculpture and where he faces the new languages ​​of computer art and the new alphabet linked to the beginnings of technology.

An important showcase for Fabrizio Savi has been the invitation in 1986 to the Fourth Review of the Camerino Electronic Art Festival with the interactive work Halley.
The Camerino Electronic Art Festival, in those years the most important and complete review of electronic arts in Europe, was a key place from 1983 to 1990 for the interaction between art and new technologies.

With the Babytland project, presented in 1991 at the Artemide Theater in Rome by Rinaldo Funari and Elio Atte, Fabrizio won a scholarship in Frankfurt in 1992 at the institute for new media directed by Peter Weibel.

On his return from Frankfurt he understands that the initial enthusiasm of the new electronic medium has waned and upon careful consideration begins to experiment with Design, another passion of his, obtaining considerable results and filing two patents, but continuing in parallel the creation of new sculptures.

In the 2000s he designed the sculptural groups called “Evanescent limelight”, made in different sizes and materials, which represent a real immersion and deepening of the theatrical concept.
He currently carries on the research begun in the 1980s, in which he related sounds, music and digital art, and produces sculptures-designs accompanied by a light support.

From 1984 to today he has held exhibitions – both individual and collective – in Italy and abroad (Warsaw, Paris, Tokyo, Lugano), also winning numerous awards and receiving important critical acclaim.