The Orris asked the Italian artist Fabio Sassi about his work:
When did you realize you were an artist? About 20 years ago when one of my pieces was mentioned during a group exhibition.
What inspires you? I’m inspired by putting together different subjects trying to create weird perspectives. I’m also inspired by the news and the global issues.
How would you describe your style? Weird… unusual… you name it…
How do you feel about the state of the art world today? And, where do you see your place in it?
Today, art is more prolific and easier to share than ever before thanks to the web; there is a huge offer and it’s pretty difficult to be noticed. My place in it? Out of the crowd, in the suburbs.
You can find more of Fabio Sassi’s work on his website.