Connected, 2018
       
     
Forse Domani, 2018
       
     
Imprevisto (Unexpected), 2018
       
     
Fecondazione -series, 2017
       
     
Sea MushAnemone Pudica - Series, 2017
       
     
Sea MushAnemone Pudica - series, 2017
       
     
Supermundanae Naturae- Otherworldly Nature, 2016
       
     
Supermundanae Naturae- Otherworldly Nature
       
     
Embrione Blu-series, 2016
       
     
Insieme, 2016
       
     
Embryogenesis, 2016
       
     
Embryo, 2015
       
     
Sinuous and Silent Life, 2015
       
     
Pattern #2, 2015
       
     
Patterns, 2015
       
     
Metamorphosis, 2015
       
     
Metamorphosis, 2015
       
     
Internally, 2015
       
     
Insect-Door, 2004
       
     
Connected, 2018
       
     
Connected, 2018

Serigraphy

19”x 26”

ed: 1/3 v.e.

Forse Domani, 2018
       
     
Forse Domani, 2018

Serigraphy and lithograph on mylar

Edition 2/3 v.e.

Imprevisto (Unexpected), 2018
       
     
Imprevisto (Unexpected), 2018

Linocut and Serigraphy

15” x 18”

ed: 1/1

Fecondazione -series, 2017
       
     
Fecondazione -series, 2017

Serigraphy

20” x 25”

Sea MushAnemone Pudica - Series, 2017
       
     
Sea MushAnemone Pudica - Series, 2017

RECODING NATURAL HISTORY - ENCYCLOPEDIA

Drypoint and linocut.

"Recoding Natural History" Encyclopedia will turn toward the early, ancient rudimentary systems that scientists used to observe and catalogue the vegetable world. Specifically, she reimagines the Anthropocene age, using one of the most influential books of natural history written in ancient times: Theophrastuss Historia Plantarum, which was written in 350 BCE and 287 BCE. The book is a catalogue of the vegetable world seen from the perspective of ancient botany, which was a broad science encompassing everything from medicine and agriculture to philosophy.

The multimedia printmaking-based project will examine real and imaginary creatures/plants life from our contemporary Anthropocene era contaminated by a long period of human activity that has transformed the climate and natural environment. Bioengineered organs, the invention of cyberspace, coded and decoded genetics and other recent scientific discoveries will shape the fantastic, whimsical organisms into a surreal parallel world. 

 

Sea MushAnemone Pudica - series, 2017
       
     
Sea MushAnemone Pudica - series, 2017

RECODING NATURAL HISTORY - ENCYCLOPEDIA

Drypoint and linocut.

Supermundanae Naturae- Otherworldly Nature, 2016
       
     
Supermundanae Naturae- Otherworldly Nature, 2016

Platform:5x5 feet, Screenpainting Print: 40 feet, Screenpainting, Ceramics and mix media.

Exploring the disappearing line between technologies and nature. A work born after I discovered that we created a synthetic cell. I asked myself: If we can create a synthetic cell, are we also able to create new life forms? If so, then what might they look like? How would the ecosystem responds to them? I answered these questions by envisioning ways in which synthetic life forms could grow by contaminating metaphorically our soil/environment.

 

Supermundanae Naturae- Otherworldly Nature
       
     
Supermundanae Naturae- Otherworldly Nature

Details of print insert into ceramic piece. 

Embrione Blu-series, 2016
       
     
Embrione Blu-series, 2016

screenpainting, 19”x26”

Imaginary development of an embryo from a synthetic cell. 

 

Insieme, 2016
       
     
Insieme, 2016

Serigraphy, woodcut and mix media

Edition 1/1

Embryogenesis, 2016
       
     
Embryogenesis, 2016

woodcut

24x48

ed: 2

Embryo, 2015
       
     
Embryo, 2015

Lithograph, 19"x26". Evolution of an embryo from an imaginary creature.

 

Sinuous and Silent Life, 2015
       
     
Sinuous and Silent Life, 2015

Lithograph reductive technique, 16"x12"

Reproductive organ with embryogenesis cells.

Embryogenesis is the stage on which cells are becoming embryo.

Pattern #2, 2015
       
     
Pattern #2, 2015

Serigraphy

Patterns, 2015
       
     
Patterns, 2015

Screenpainting

Metamorphosis, 2015
       
     
Metamorphosis, 2015

print: 46”x46”, ceramics: 30”x16”x 16” each, Screenpainting, glazed ceramics and wood. It was my first experience in combining printmaking and ceramics. The name came frommy personal metamorphosis.

 

Metamorphosis, 2015
       
     
Metamorphosis, 2015

detail of screenpainting. 

Internally, 2015
       
     
Internally, 2015

Screenpainting and Monotype, 16”x24” . Looking inside to a reproductive organ in a plant. Exploring the inner space of two pieces by creating different material and inquiring the tension of  opposite through mediums: lightness of the paper and heaviness of the ceramics

Insect-Door, 2004
       
     
Insect-Door, 2004

Mezzotint, 12”x14”.

Exploring element of design into organic shapes