Dario Ré (b. June 26, 1988) lives in Spokane, Washington. He completed an MA in Art History at Concordia University in Montréal, Québec and a BA at Fairhaven College in Bellingham, Washington with a self-designed interdisciplinary concentration titled, Visual and Natural Culture: Art & Ethnobotany.
His multifaceted practice includes painting, assemblage, installation, video, performance, sound and songwriting.
He is also the lead singer-songwriter for the indie folk group Heat Speak in which his impassioned poetics sung in English and French are supported by dynamic musicianship and intricate arrangements to create a unique blend of indie folk, chamber pop and world fusion.Their work can seen/heard at www.heatspeakmusic.com.
Creativity has inherent vulnerability. By giving my work autonomy, fluidity and the ability to explore, I free myself from preconceived methods and share the raw creative process with the listener/participant/viewer. The space is safe, which reassures everyone’s authenticity: a poignant happening.