As a University of Arts Bucharest graduate, Pass continues to further and deepen the exploration of the connection between academics and real life.
Enthusiastic about Romania’s potential, Pass attempts towards an honest approach in the exploration of organic materials, producing objects that have both artistic and ecological value, resonating with their surrounding natural environment as well as with the daily needs of the art consumer.
The adopted style is a three-dimensional decorative one that also makes proof of contrast and contradiction meant to create a bridge between urban life and natural spaces. Thus, since his beginnings in the early 2000s, he prefers engaging in graffiti and street art projects that bring forward real societal struggles, that provide practical answers about the available artistic intervention options of artists in the public space.
About the Helmet.
The frontal decorative feather element of the helmet transgresses into rough geometrical forms at the back, making a reference to the bird-like independence experienced by Pass as a biker, creating yet again a bridge between the natural, the organic and the systematization of the sharp forms and clearly defined norms of urban life.