Roberto Ciredz, aka Ciredz, (1981, Cagliari), is one of the most innovative artists of Italian urban abstract art.
The figures that he represents are inspired by the earth, by the study of its structure; topographic maps become traces, infinite signs that from reality lead to abstraction. The perceptual relationship between mankind and nature, its changeable essence, unstable and at times misleading, is the central element of his style. His works on paper, on the wall, his sculptures and his enigmatic and beautiful installations have been appreciated in numerous exhibitions and national and international events, such as Katowice Street Art Festival in Poland, Muu Festival in Croatia, Asalto Festival and US Barcelona in Spain, and the well-known Village Underground Wall in London.
Recently he took part in "Becoming Marni" project, developed in the northeast of Brazil in the Segipe region, exhibited at the 56th Venice Biennale.
He lives and works in Sardinia.