Franco Fasoli currently lives between Barcelona and his hometown Buenos Aires. A stage designer and muralist, Fasoli’s art is influenced both by his studies in ceramics throughout his career and by his work on the street as a canvas in the late 1990s. It was at the end of the last decade that Franco left traditional graffiti behind to introduce into his subject matter the vivid contradictions of Latin American societies, their rituals, and their seemingly perennial instability. Thus, one of the main characteristics of his work is the exploration of material level and scale. From large-scale paintings in public spaces to small works in bronze or on paper, it can be observed that the oscillation of contexts and resources are the nutrients that feed his work. The tension between the dominant global culture and sub-cultures as a space of resistance has also been a subject of study on a conceptual level and in his own actions throughout his career. The multiple forms of individual and collective identity are the backbone of the artist’s sociological influence. Represented through conflict, confrontation, and discursive juxtaposition, Fasoli does not seek to answer the unknown, but rather to constantly redesign the question, to question the questioning, and to question himself.