González shows in his works ‘surrealistic’ architecture in a natural landscape. His visionary constructions are close to Le Corbusier, projects of buildings made out of béton brut and futuristic visions of cities inspired by Japanese metabolism architecture especially Kenzo Tange and Kisho Kurokawa. But González does not limit himself only to architecture sketches. He is exploring any kind of art, getting inspiration from Italian Futurist movement.
Dionisio González (Gijón, 1965) lives and works in Seville. He is a professor at the Fine Arts School of the University of Seville, where he teaches the course ‘From the artistic idea to social politics’ included in the Master of Arts: Concept and Production. He is a Doctor of Fine Arts with the thesis ‘The Aesthetic of Horror’. He has earned numerous prizes and awards, such as the Pilar Juncosa & Sotheby’s Award and the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró Award. He has held exhibitions at numerous museums and galleries worldwide, including the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Cleveland; Mus e d’Art Contemporain (CAPC), Bordeaux; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago; Museo de Arte Moderno (MAMBO), Bogotá; Museum Folkwang, Essen; Museo de Arte de São Paulo (MASP); and Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto