Fabio Knoll was born in 1973 in São Paulo, where he lives and works. He started his career in photography traveling through rural Brazil and during his travels, he was able to deeply comprehend the culture of his homecountry. It was with this discovery that he turned inward, to explore his own essence. As a visual artist, his works moves away from simple iconographic representations. Fabio’s photographs, whether of urban dweelings or rustic shacks, present a subtle view of reality, focusing the exchange between the humanity and the physical world. The exhibition “Cidade Informal” [Informal City] was shown in diverse venues internationally, such as the Politecnico Di Milano in Italy, the University of California, Los Angeles, the German Gymnasium in the UK, the Museu da Casa Brasileira in São Paulo, and the Studio Aedes Pfefferberg in Berlin. He continues to travel and document the world through his lenses in both photography and motion pictures. His series “Made in Taiwan” has granted him multiple solo exhibitions. Much of Fabio’s work becomes a visual record of the architecture that parallels life. The short film, “Tra La casa e l’aqua,” in which he was the director, was featured at the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2010 and his photos have been exhibited in 19º Congresso Brasileiro de Arquitetos in Recife and the Instituto dos Arquitetos do Brasil.