StudioCHU es el portfolio online de Julian Manzelli (aka Chu Doma), artista, diseñador y director de animación de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Luego de una infancia influenciada por la cultura skate, los viajes y la biología, egresa como diseñador gráfico de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, donde continúa como profesor. Rápidamente se enfoca en la obra artística, basando su desarrollo en la experimentación constante, el trabajo colaborativo, el espacio urbano y la ciencia.

Luego de trabajar en importantes estudios de Buenos Aires, en el año 1998, forma el Grupo DOMA junto a Mariano Barbieri, Matías Vigliano y Orilo Blandini, un colectivo multidisciplinario de experimentación artística en el cual sigue desarrollándose como miembro activo. Dentro del grupo se inicia en el arte urbano, se especializa en la dirección de animación, la creación de objetos, muñecos de diseño e instalaciones de arte.

Durante los años 2001 y 2005 reside en Miami trabajando como Motion Graphic Designer / Art Director para la señal “The Locomotion Channel”, un canal de culto de animación para jóvenes y adultos transmitido en América Latina e Iberia. Durante el mismo período participa de propuestas experimentales de VJing como UndoProject, junto a David Navas, produciendo contenido y shows en vivo junto el mismo canal.

En los últimos años se dedica intensamente al arte urbano contemporáneo produciendo murales de gran tamaño en diversas ciudades del mundo, llendo de lo salvajemente expresivo de la calle, al trabajo obsesivo y preciso de obras de estudio. Su estilo actual se caracteriza por la generación de universos geométrico-abstractos que ponen en juego conceptos de la ciencia en composiciones formales y con la arquitectura. En este desarrollo, se introduce en la creación de pinturas, objetos de madera laqueada, esculturas magnéticas y construcciones de estructuras orgánicas.

Paralelamente como StudioCHU continúa dedicado a la producción de Animación a partir de conceptos y personajes originales, destacando los proyectos GLOBOLAB y ALTAS GAFAS (Loucos Óculos).

También se desempeña como director y asesor para diversos proyectos de animación a nivel internacional.

 

StudioCHU is the online portfolio of Julian Manzelli (aka Chu Doma), artist, designer and animation director based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After a youth influenced by skateboarding culture, travel and biology, he graduated as graphic designer at the University of Buenos Aires, where he continues as a professor. He quickly focus on the art field through a process of constant experimentation, collaborative work, and the inspiration of science and urban space.

In 1998, after working in important studios of Buenos Aires, he formed DOMA Collective with Mariano Barbieri, Matias Vigliano and Orilo Blandini. A multidisciplinary and experimental art group, where he still develops as an active member. As a part of the group, he discovered public art, specialized in animation direction, art-toys, objects design and art installations.

From 2001 to 2004, living in Miami, was also part of the art team behind  “The Locomotion Channel,” a cult animation channel broadcasted throughout Latin America and Iberia. At the same time, he collaborates with David Navas at the experimental VJing experience, UndoProject, producing content and live shows with the channel.

In recent years he devotes himself actively to contemporary urban art, painting murals around the world, going from the wildly expressive street art, to the obsessive and precise studio works. His style is characterized by the creation of geometric-abstract universes that play with science concepts in formal compositions and architecture. In this development, is introduced into paintings, object creation using lacquered wood, magnetic sculptures and organic structures constructions.

StudioCHU remains committed to the production of Animation from original concepts and characters, highlighting projects like GLOBOLAB and ALTAS GAFAS (Mighty Shades).

He also serves as a director and consultant to various animation projects internationally.

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