Rodrigo Sassi’s (São Paulo, Brazil, 1981) work stems from the relationship with urban architecture and construction processes, giving new meaning to fragments, debris and ruins he collects around the city. Pushing the aesthetic boundaries of materials such as concrete, wood, iron and stone, his tridimensional pieces express the chaotic flow of great metropolises at their lively core, open to constant change.

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