Casu’s work engages with issues related to behavior, the way we think, and how we move through the (in)visible structures within society. Employing diverse aesthetic strategies and mediums – including painting, objects, interventions – his works function as a metaphor, appointing concealed sociological and psychological aspects.

Born in The Netherlands with Italian roots, he lives and works in Belgium / The Netherlands. His agency and creative background are rooted in graffiti culture and he got directly inspired being part of a larger psychological project that focusses on the recovery of prisoners with long term sentences after extreme hard acts of violence. 

His current project involves the deconstruction of his graffiti practice, which results into the separation of three components, [ visual – paint – surface ]. Each individual component is reinterpreted in order to visualize underlying motives and hidden aspects of one’s personality, that often unconsciously influence the way we think, act and behave on a daily basis.

 

 

Contact: inquiries@casroc.com
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[visual/surface]

 

PERSONAL CONSTRUCTS
steel, raw concrete, molded concrete
90 x 180 cm

[paint]

 

RESIDUE   in progress
spray paint residue on canvas
200 x 120 cm / 200 x 360 cm

[surface]

[paint]

 

UNDERLYING MOTIVES
spray paint in chemical solution
50 x 100 cm
100 x 200 cm

[visual]

 

CONCEALED ASPECTS
primal instincts / greed / belief / compassion
steel, glass, coins, knife, organs, limbs
35 x 180 cm