Marlon de Azambuja is a multidisciplinary artist inspired by everything that happens in his environment, not only in artistic matters, but also in a broader cultural sense. In his work, he uses concepts related to architecture and the city. Based on a wide range of resources such as photography, video, sculpture, drawing and the disruptive use of everyday materials, his relevant work is playful and bold and it’s manifested by a simple extension of the urban design and the use of color.
He graduated from the Edilson Viriato Contemporary Art Center of Curitiba. He has recently exhibited at Tasman Projects (Madrid) and the Kadist Foundation of San Francisco. His work belongs to numerous institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art of Paraná and the Oscar Niemeyer Museum of Curitiba, among others.