The artwork of Italian Artist Ruffo Caselli, the father of Cybernetic Existentialism, is the new entry of another Museum: the State History Museum of South Ural in Chelyabinsk, Russia.
The Artist gained international fame after four decades of traveling exhibitions in cultural circles in North and South America, sponsored by the Center for the Multidisciplinary Study of Cybernetic Existentialism, the prestigious cultural association founded and directed by Carmen Gallo in New York City.
Ruffo Caselli was a solitary genius who led a simple life devoted to art.
In love with technology and robotics, he created elegant masterpieces and painted the future with oil colors. By many, he is considered a “remote viewer.” He could be regarded as, in art, the father of Artificial Intelligence.
In the 50-s and 60-s of the last century, he gained an appreciation for exhibiting in art galleries in Milano, where he was living and an active part of the art scene. It is known his friendship and collaboration with Lucio Fontana.
Ruffo Caselli encountered international exposure and recognition in the early eighties of the last century when the Center for the Multidisciplinary Study of Cybernetic Existentialism started to sponsor his exhibitions in cultural centers.
Ruffo Caselli passed away Christmas night 2020. Following the outpouring of sympathy notes received from art lovers worldwide, including Russia, the Italian Honorary Consulate in Cheliabynsk, art curator and representative of the Center for the Multidisciplinary Study of Cybernetic Existentialism in Russia Elena Garas with the director of the Museum organized a successful exhibition and elegant ceremony to celebrate the achievements of the visionary man who was born in Florence in 1932 in the same house where Leonardo da Vinci worked.