*1976 in Turin, Italy.
Lives and works in Turin, Italy.
Hilario ISOLA is a visual artist primarily working with installation, drawing and sculpture. He graduated in Art History and Museology and his interests still span through art history, architecture and natural environments.
He creates delicate and often visually subtle installations that respond directly to the context and exhibition spaces, the landscape or any particular environment.
His works imply such diverse forms as living systems, objects, photographs, drawings and music. In recent years he has created self-generating system including living entities and artifacts, in which emergence and rhythm are indeterminate and exist beyond our presence.
Taking the exhibition and its ritual as an object in itself, Hilario ISOLA has worked to change the paradigm of this encounter, exploring the possibility of this dynamic experience. Engaging with and subtly intervening in nature so as to reimagine it in artificial terms, ISOLA finds ever new ways to mark the persistence of biological life and harmonizing elemental occurrences in terms of his own artistic drive. In each work he reveals the innate sculptural qualities of natural materials, casting from nature to expose the deep patterns of growth and time.