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Designer name: Panseca, Filippo
  1940 -
Biography:
Panseca Filippo was born in Palermo March 5, 1940. Founded in 1965, the Group Temposud. In 1968 he moved to Milan, repeatedly invited to participate in Quadrennial in Rome, the Milan Triennale and the Venice Biennale. In 1970 starts the Art of biodegradable exhibits at the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York, Lara Vincy in Paris at the Galleria del Naviglio in Milan and the gallery of the obelisk in Rome. In 1975, attempts to produce works on line, to be transmitted via satellite simultaneously in all parts of the world. Running an experiment, in Milan with Pierre Restany at Rank Xerox. On 17 and 18 January 1976 the newspaper La Repubblica offers readers a . 150 pulled one of his works in 330,000 copies. San Francisco in 1979 to develop and print the first images with a computer. In Milan in 1980 with a monochrome computer, a camera and a digitizer, develop a series of images, printed, are presented to the art gallery of Naviglio in Milan. Then a computer creates full color and continues research on digital image photodegradable presented in video at the Venice Biennale. In 1981 installed an ephemeral victory photodegradable on the hand of Napoleon by Canova in the courtyard of the Brera Academy, at which he taught since 1978. Became known in the \'80s as a maker of gorgeous scenery for the congresses of the Italian Socialist Party, celebrated the pyramid erected in 1989 to the Seventeenth Congress.
Website: http://www.filippopanseca.com/

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