Showing an interest in art from his early childhood, from the moment when he started to draw, he never stopped. His childhood confusion and the quest for the true meaning of art was clarified from the moment of confrontation with his teachers and colleagues. Learning about contemporary art history, he was particularly fascinated by Dada movement and work of Marcel Duchamp and Kurt Schwitters.
Exploring the natural environment in the relationship with human interaction, Ciredz creative process completely relies on the space and its suggestion what kind of intervention the artist could do. His subject matter is closely related to shapes, textures, and every graphic element he sees in nature, which is also his greatest source of inspiration. Experiencing the change in his approach from figurative to abstract, the years from 2009 to 2011 were the milestone of his career, basically marking the new beginning. Feeling exhausted about so many figurations on every step, Ciredz decided to move his focus toward something more interesting and not so present everywhere around. Ciredz explores the natural environment in the relationship with human interaction
Your building would look a lot better with the art of Roberto Ciredz on there!