Paul Bonomini is a British sculptor. He was born, lives and works in London, UK. He is an elected and active member of the Royal Society of sculptors (MRSS). His piece 'Deconstructed Cube Form I' is currently on show at the Time Space Existence exhibition in the Venice Biennale 2018. It was specifically created for this exhibition in Palazzo Bembo. It explores both the relationship between the space in which it exists and the internal voids within the form itself, the connections between old and new, natural and manufactured. Paul's work currently follows two flows. The first is based on his interest in the beauty and symmetry of The Platonic Solids, in particular the cube. The second follows a more organic, narrative driven set of themes. His work is driven by process, and materials; casting, forging and constructing pieces in a range of materials, including bronze, iron, concrete, glass, steel and more recently 3D printed plastics. Although distinctly different his two current areas of interest are intrinsically linked by their homogeny of material usage. Paul's background in Theatre Design informs his use of space, spatial relationships and occasionally narrative - as Dan Flavin said "It is what it is, and it ain't nothin' else" London