Claudio Beorchia (Italy, 1979) is an artist whose main interests are sculpturing, installation and collage. He studied design and visual arts on the university Università Iuav di Venezia in Venice, where he also received his doctoral degree, and on the academy Academia di Brera in Milan. He has exhibited in Italy and abroad (Argentina, Armenia, China, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Japan, Morocco, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, and Uruguay). For his work, he received many prizes and awards. He lives and works near Venice.
»I cut the economic graphs and charts I find in financial newspapers. I am fascinated by those shapes and colours so peculiar, functional and rigorous, but at the same time balanced and pleasant. I started collecting these charts especially for what they represent. They are the world and the human activities reduced and simplified into geometric shapes, lines, colours, and numbers. So, by composing those clippings, I create collages with characters and figures that somehow represent the contemporary people and society. «