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art:i:curate network // meet Daniel Debiasi

art:i:curate network // meet Daniel Debiasi
Daniel Debiasi, art:i:curate member

Every week we select people from our platform and get to know them. London-based designer Daniel Debiasi is inspired by almost(!) everything. 



ProfessionDesigner and Co-founder at Something 

As a kid I wanted to be: A palaeontologist, searching for dinosaurs.



AIC: How would you describe your own personal aesthetic? 

DD: Simple, soft, natural, informal.


AIC: How would your friends describe your personality?

DD: Would be interesting to know, hopefully they'll be kind enough.


AIC: What inspires you?

DD: Almost(!) everything. 


AIC: Who's your hero?

DD: Family and friends. 


AIC: Do you consider yourself a collector? If so, what do you collect?

DD: Music, virtually more than physically.


AIC: What's your most precious possession?

DD: My personal memories…and their photos to help me remember them.


AIC: What does the term curating mean to you?

DD: Making your very own point of view available to others.


AIC: If you could curate an exhibition, what would it be about?

DD: Probably something visual. Maybe an investigation into people's smiles.


AIC: How did you discover art:i:curate?

DD: Through the Ligne Roset collaboration Artist Salons chez Ligne Roset.


AIC: Favourite art:i:curate artist(s).

DD: I haven't seen them all yet, but so far I quite like Keita Miyazaki's Organisms of Control project. It's an interesting mix of beauty, brutality and lightness, questioning technological obsolescence…it makes you think. 



AIC: How do you usually experience art?

DD: As a borderline thing. I continuously ask myself whether something shall or shall not be considered as such.


AIC: Tell me something about yourself - anything.

DD: I'm Italian but my first language is actually German.



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