Fabricio Lima: Design Matters

Computer Arts: How did you approach the project?
Fabricio Lima: Most of my works are inspired by simple, everyday used objects or food, such as a espresso machine, a sandwich or even a toaster – something that is relevant to what I am experiencing at the time. I them turn these objects into buildings or houses, and add little details of things in my life: how my house or work place actually looks, the food or drink I was having, and especially friends that were present in my life.

So basically this is what my piece is about, it describes the period of two to three weeks in Buenos Aires, where I currently live. Weeks fuelled by too much work, too much partying, lots of coffee, and also some great friends that were part of it. Little bits of their stories are included, too: an Englishman that loves Fernet (Argentinian spirit), a New Zealander photographer, an American friend who had a huge fight with a taxi driver, the list goes on!

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