“If there is a task for art it is to represent its time. Art that does not hurt anyone probably does not serve anything.” Solzi’s grotesque and unconventional language, shows us a dead-end view into his way of seeing life: “Ultimately, life is a comedy played between the drama and the grotesque. Depending on where you were born, one or the other character prevails. Around me, 90% is grotesque. I start from there, but then each "actor" adds their own ideas.”
Books: Taedium, Home Video Diary, Dollhouse, Fat Land, Monolith


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