Gonçalo Sena (born 1984, Cascais, Portugal) lives and works in Berlin and Lisbon. He graduated from the Fine Arts University of Lisbon (2007) and received his MFA diploma at the Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem (2011). Using drawing as a starting point, his work develops through material and architectural processes, resulting in sculpture, temporary structures and displaced environments. The vocabulary of each work and project derives from an ecosystem of non-functional relations between everyday objects, industrial materials, and organic elements - all apparently immutable, yet, all in constant mutation - combined in space as raw, unresolved, landscape narrative.
See more of Gonçalo's work on his website.