Digital Stones is a sketch, a preliminary study that reports on the development of its installations. The word “Art” carved into the stone allows water to gush out in the final installation.
Fabrizio Plessi studied at the artistic high school and then at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice where he later taught painting. At the end of the 1960s, Fabrizio Plessi became interested in the theme of water, which he developed in the form of installations, films and performances. Integrating new technologies into his creations, he infuses his monumental installations with a relationship with the natural elements.
A museum dedicated to the work of Fabrizio Plessi was opened in 2013 in the Brenner Pass.
In 2014, the François Schneider Foundation devoted a monographic exhibition to Fabrizio Plessi.