Alberto Biasi, who was born in Padua in 1937, is known for his leading role in promoting Kinetics Art, which literally means "art that moves ", and which is also a type of art that acquires its meaning through interaction with the viewer, through an interplay of color, light and movement: therefore, a type of art that does not remain exposed, untouchable, and two-dimensional on a wall of a museum, but that is alive and actively engages the viewer. During the '60s, along with Group N, Biasi began to explore the possibilities of Kinetic Art by realizing the first optical-dynamic measurements and textures. During the '70s, '80s and '90s, as a solo artist, Biasi continued his research on the spaces and iridescent forms, enriching further his production with twisting elements, real moving parts, inserts whose shapes and colors convey a strong visual suggestion. The exhibition leads the viewer through the entire span of the artist's career, to get to his more recent works, the assemblages, with their impressive effect of plastic and color. Biasi's world of optical illusions is directly influenced by the observation of natural phenomena: his art goes across disciplines to embrace a scientist's curiosity about the rules of Nature. Although modern city life tends to disguise the relationship between man and nature, the reverberations of the natural world come from far away, challenging the vibrations of the artificial world, to influence and shape our daily lives. Likewise, Alberto Biasi's works contain the movements of the stars in faraway galaxies, the waves made by a stone thrown into a pond, the colors of nature revisited in new forms and combinations. Through his artistic research on natural phenomena, Alberto Biasi is one of the major promoters of contemporary art in Italy. He has set up more than 80 solo exhibitions and participated in more than 400 collective ones. His works can be admired in every corner of the world, from MOMA in New York City to the museums in Belgrade, Buenos Aires, San Francisco and Lodz. The recent exhibition at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg has been such a critical and commercial success that it has been extended by two months. This new exhibition will show his works in a new and innovative setting that is also very congenial to his original art and certainly will not fail to amaze.