Through his use of digital abstraction, Marco Jacconi’s Various Images (2021) explores his attempt to create “visualized energy” through art by penetrating “spiritual spheres” and making the “invisible visible.” The following works reflect his experimentation with digitized expressionism in order to create an intense visual experience and provoke an emotional response from his viewers.
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Marco Jacconi born in Bern, Switzerland is a new media artist from Zurich with Italian and Moroccan roots. His complex compositions are based on surfaces and amorphous forms and the interplay of light and shadow. Before devoting himself exclusively to art, Jacconi worked many years as creative director in the graphic design area for well-known companies in the fields of beauty, luxury and fashion f rom home and abroad. In the 90s he was part of the Swiss Graphic Design and Digital Art avant-garde. At that time he was mainly concerned with progressive Graphic Design and Digital Art in the subcultural area. His work at that time were exhibited in the Kunsthalle Bern, alongside works by Ugo Rondinone and Sylvie Fleury. His latest artworks series “Shapes of the deep” were presented last year and this year at exhibitions in New York, Zurich, Milan, Shanghai, Athens, Venice, and Singapore.