Adriano Franchini was born in Campo Grande (1991), Mato Grosso do Sul. He currently lives and works in São Paulo at Ateliê 397. He participated in the Philosophy and History of Art course taught by João E. Regis Lima in 2008, joined the Faculty of Architecture and Mackenzie Urbanism, where he graduated in 2013. Casa Amarela artistic (where he participated and organized exhibitions), his research research deals with subjects related to the concept of Origin, where memories, lost ideas - cas and technological gambiarras (of scientific coefficients co) in political approaches, using the technical and symbolic basis drawing and painting in their expanded forms, also making use of various media such as video, sound and objects. He is part of the accompanying group Hermes Artes Visuais (where he receives guidance from Carla Chaim, Marcelo Amorim and Nino Cais), attending and organizing various exhibitions in independent galleries and spaces, in addition to being selected for fairs and contemporary art salons.