Felipe Pantone (1986) is an Argentinian-Spanish artist. He started doing graffiti at the age of 12 and graduated with a Fine Art degree in Valencia Spain, where his studio is based. Felipe travels the world ceaselessly with his art. His work has been exhibited all over Europe, America, Australia, and Asia. He continues to break artistic conventions, especially in his new “Excès de Vitesse” (“Speeding” in French) exhibition at ALICE Gallery in Brussels, Belgium. The acclaimed artist created a new series of striking artworks that draw inspiration from computer glitches, kinetic art, graffiti, as well as 3D modeling. Paintings filled with strong colors, sharp edges, and bold shapes are observed throughout the selection alongside small kinetic sculptures that depends on the viewers’ natural motion to unleash a mind-boggling effect. Pantone's approach is to question the current era and its propensity to place new technologies at the center of our daily lives, making us dependent on a superabundance of images and symbols. He himself is passionate about the advent of the internet that allows instant access to the entire history of humanity. The problems he addresses are contemporary and universal: movement, the notion of time, saturation, alienation and destruction.