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Bianchi’s works and immersive installation create a locus where the organic is estranged and the industrial is anthropomorphic. The Argentine artist is interested in how we are connected to objects and how they affect our everyday life. His works reshape our perceptions to create a spatial configuration indistinct of bodies and things. For Inflation, Bianchi processes discarded objects, mostly car parts, and organic matter such as bioplastics, trying to force integration between conflicting worlds. The structures are complemented by the familiar, though often obscured sounds of the by-products of living bodily systems in their normal day-to-day functions, such as snoring, passing wind, exhalations and sighs. These sounds become the soundtrack to a series of videos where the adventures of peculiar characters with exceeded bodies were recorded. Creating environments that maintain an abstract quality mixed with precarity and humor, Bianchi’s fictional machinery of work replicates the process of the digestive system.