Lucio Cavallari is an Italian artist that combines a wide range of disciplines including painting, video, live performance and interaction design. Has exhibited widely, in the UK, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US and further afield. The range of work he’s carried out over the years includes videos and scenography for fashion, music and interactive installations. Has exhibited regularly over the last few years, as well as helping to produce exhibitions of interactive works. He currently lives and works in London, UK.
SPATIUM SXSW Festival, Austin Texas Physical Installation / Vr experience. A project in conjunction with Inition, Roland Lane, Alex Lambert, Mixed Immersion, Bradley Zero
Kinetica Museum 10th Anniversary Ugly Duck, London Group Exhibition
Run, Don't Play Dead Galerie Genscher, Hamburg Solo Exhibition
Interno Notte Galleria 42 Contemporaneo, Modena Solo Exhibition
October 2014 - November 2014
Prop& Nihil Galleria 42 Contemporaneo, Modena Solo Exhibition
December 2013 - January 2014
Direct Digital Art Festival Museo Sant'Agostino, Modena Co-Founder, Art Curator
May - June 2009
War Stories, UNKLE World Tour As part of United Visual Artists Vj, Content Creation
Volume, a luminous interactive installation by United Visual Artists and Robert Del Naja (aka 3D) of Massive Attack and his long-term co-writer Neil Davidge (as part of their music production company, one point six) Victoria & Albert Museum, London Designer
Livin Luce, a cura di Marco Balich & Oliviero Toscani Fiera Rho, Milano Responsible of Design, United Visual Artists
Metri Cubi Di Coraggio , Sassuolo, May 2008 / Imersiv, 93 Feet East London, March 2008 / Art Futura Barcelona, October 2006* / Todays Art Hague, September 2006 * / Biennale Giovani Artisti B Giam Modena 2002 / * as part of United Visual Artists
Mare Tranquillitatis (Latin for Sea of Tranquillity) is a lunar mare that sits within the Tranquillitatis basin on the Moon, once thought to be an ocean. The basin has irregular margins and lacks a defined multiple-ringed structure, likely formed as a result of a very large impact in the Moon’s early history more than 3.9 billion years ago. In February 1965, the Ranger 8 spacecraft was deliberately crashed into the Mare Tranquillitatis, after successfully transmitting 7,137 close-range photographs of the Moon in the final 23 minutes of its mission.
Released May 14, 2017 Produced by Prope Nihil Lucio D Cavallari - Electronics Alessio Bruno - Double Bass Lorenzo Dalla Barba - Silent Piano Cover Photograph: Lucio D Cavallari