(Born in Palma Di Montechiaro Sicily 1972 Italy)
Lives in Bali, Indonesia, and Florence, Italy.
He studied art in Italy and the united states, and He has had exhibitions in various venues in Southeast Asia, Europe, and America. Sciascia examines light as a primary artistic medium in his works across painting and sculpture, video and installations.
His “Lux Lumina” project deals with light regarding the human condition; therefore, the information of his future and the relationship of technology blending into the evolution of life itself. He is questioning science concerning Biology of nature itself and the influence in society to the present day.
Highlighting the circadian rhythm, which is a physiological process of regulating the daylight and the absence of it during the night, which affects humans, plants, animals, all originated from cyanobacteria.
Therefore extracting melatonin powder, natural leaf paste, or bauxite to create pigments originated from the natural process of photosynthesis.
The conceptual choice of using such materials that provide the understanding of nature to the creation of these works lead to creation = human creativity = art.
He “edits” objects and paintings, to arrange them together in a way to form a narrative equation of his artistic concepts.
(Nato a Palma Di Montechiaro Sicilia 1972 Italia)
Vive a Bali, in Indonesia e a Firenze, in Italia.
Ha studiato arte in Italia e negli Stati Uniti e ha tenuto mostre in vari luoghi nel sud-est asiatico, in Europa e in America. Sciascia esamina la luce come mezzo artistico primario nelle sue opere attraverso pittura e scultura, video e installazioni.
Il suo progetto “Lux Lumina” si occupa della luce sulla condizione umana; quindi, l’informazione del suo futuro e il rapporto della tecnologia si fondono con l’evoluzione della vita stessa. Sta mettendo in discussione la scienza riguardante la biologia della natura stessa e l’influenza nella società fino ai giorni nostri.
Evidenziando il ritmo circadiano, che è un processo fisiologico di regolazione della luce diurna e dell’assenza di essa durante la notte, che colpisce esseri umani, piante, animali, tutti originati da cianobatteri.
Quindi estraendo la melatonina in polvere, la pasta di foglie naturale o la bauxite per creare pigmenti originati dal processo naturale di fotosintesi.
La scelta concettuale di utilizzare tali materiali che forniscono la comprensione della natura alla creazione di queste opere porta alla creazione = creatività umana = arte.
“Modifica” oggetti e dipinti, per disporli insieme in modo da formare un’equazione narrativa dei suoi concetti artistici.
Solo Show * Group Show #
* All We Have
Yeo Workshop. Gilmann Barracks. Singapore (6 March – 30 April 2021)
#. Influx Extended
Ruang Dini. Jakarta, Indonesia ( 12 March – 11 April)
# “Strange Things” at Twenty Twenty. 2 Cavan Road, Singapore (11 – 27 January 2020)
*. Primitive Mornings
Presented by the Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute Jakarta on the occasion of the 15th Italian Contemporary Art Day. Hosted by Rubanah Underground Hub, in collaboration with Yeo Workshop and A.M.A.C.I (Associazione dei Musei d’Arte Contemporanea Italiani). Jakarta, Indonesia. (30 November 2019 – 11 January 2020)
Yeo Workshop – Gilmann Barracks. Singapore (17 August – 16 September 2019)
# We didn’t mean to break it (but is ok we can fix it)
Galeria Pedro Cera. Lisbon, Portugal. Curated by Cristina Sanchez -Kozyreva (27 June – September 2019)
# The Great Archipelago
The Embassy of Italian and Italian Cultural Institute with Cittadella dell’arte Michelangelo Pistoletto Foundation, at Kayu Lucie Fontaine and Setia Darma House of Mask and Puppets, Bali. Indonesia. (31 October – 9 November 2018)
# Beyond the Myths
ArtBali 2018. Nusa Dua. Bali. Indonesia (10 October – 9 November, 2018)
# Written in the sky
Honold Fine Art. Bali. (23 November – 24 December 2017)
Yeo Workshop. Singapore (24 June – 3 September 2017)
* Prima Visione#2 – Matahari
OFCA International, Sarang I, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (22 October – 6 November 2016)
Kayu Lucie Fontaine. Rumah Topeng And Bukit Rhema. Yogyakarta. (4 – 15 December 2016) / (20 December 2016)
# Follow the White Cube
Honold Fine Art. Bali. (26 November – 15 December 2016)
Complesso Post Industriale – Galleria Poggiali Ex-Marmi, Pietra Santa. Italy. (July 5 – August 8, 2014)
* Bali Bule’
Filippo Sciascia, Ashley Bickerton and Luigi Ontani. Archeological National Museum of Naples, Italy. (October 20, 2013 – January 6, 2014)
* Lumina Mense
Equator Gallery, Singapore. (3 – 25 November 2012)
* Lux Lumina II
Museum Castel Dell’Ovo. Naples, Italiy. (7 – 28 June 2012)
# Marcel Duchamp
At Equator Gallery. Singapore. Curated by Tony Godfrey. (14 September – 21 October 2012)
* Ex Voto
Spazio Culturale – foundation Ratti, Ex Chiesa S.Francesco, Como, Italia. (27 April – 15 May 2011)
* “Bring Illuminance Home”
Langgeng Art Foundation, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Curated by Enin Supriyanto. (29 January – 4 March 2011)
# 54. Exposition of Venice biennial. (4 June – 27 November 2011)
NUS Museum Singapore. (14 August – 14 November 2010)
# Faith and Reason
Manila Contemporary. Philippines. Curated by Willie Valentine (22 May – 13 June 2010)
# A Thousand Times Yes
Manila Contemporary. Philippines. Curated by Willie Valentine (6 – 24 February 2010)
* Lux Lumina I
Langgeng and Kendra Gallery. Bali. Indonesia. (12 December – 14 January 2010)
* Recent Works
Valentine Willie Fine Art. Kuala Lumpur.Malaysia. (2 – 19 December 2009)
L’archimede Gallery. Roma Italy. (28 October – 28 November 2009)
# Comunita Esistente
Consorzio Project. Le Marche. Italy.
* Koi Dan Trinacria
National Gallery Jakarta. Indonesia. Curated by Rifky Effendy (4 – 15 April 2008)
* Filippo Sciascia and Ugo Untoro
Biasa Art Space, Bali – Indonesia. (24 July – 26 August, 2008)
* 1571 Caravaggio 1610
Willie Valentine Fine Art Singapore. Curated by Enin Supriyanto. (12-30 November 2008)
# Fetish II
Biasa Art Space. Jakarta. Indonesia. (27 July -31 August 2007)
* Trinacria (Part 2)
The LAB Gallery. New York. U.S.A. (12 – 21 September 2007)
* Sophia 19:38
Gaya Gallery. Bali. Indonesia. (12 August – 12 September 2006)
# Drawing from The Stock Room
Biasa Art Space. Bali Indonesia. Curated by Hendro Wiyanto. (25 September – 15 November 2006)
Jakarta Biennale 06. Indonesia. (May 23 – 25 June 2006)
* For Your Consideration Only II
Cemeti Art House. Yogyakarta. Indonesia. (20 November – 14 December 2005)
* Video<>Painting Kadek II
Cemara 6 Gallery. Jakarta. Indonesia. (November – December 2004)
* Video<>Painting Kadek I
Selasar Sunaryo Art Space. Bandung. Indonesia. (22 May – 14 June 2004)
* Opposite Attract
Filippo Sciascia-Made Wianta. Gaya Gallery. Bali. Indonesia. (17 December – 30 January 2005)
* Frame of Mind
Galleria Battaglia -Milan-Italy
# Open Biennale 2003
CP Foundation in Cooperation with National Gallery Jakarta. Indonesia. (4 September – 3 October 2003)
# A Nudo
In collaboration with Studio D’Arte Cannaviello. Milan. Italy
Gaya Gallery. Bali. Indonesia. (March – April 2001)
* Nuova Arte Segno
Udine. Italy In Collaboration with Studio D’Arte Cannaviello. Milan. Italy.
# Corte Delle Giare
In collaboration with Studio D’Arte Cannaviello. Parma. Italy.
Barone Arte Contemporanea. In collaborazione with Studio D’Arte Cannaviello. Bari. Italy.
* Vissuto Immaginato Visto.
Grafio Gallery. Prato. Italy
# Il Nuovo Ritratto.
Spazio Consolo. Milan. Italy. Curated by Alessandro Riva.
* Doveva Accadere I
Sergio Tossi Arte Contemporanea. Italy.
* Doveva Accadere II
La Meridiana. Modena. Italy. (6 – 14 June 1998)
# Cronache Vere
Spazio Consolo. Milan. Italy. Curated by Alesandro Riva. (July 1998)