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The works presented transport us to a fantastic and disturbing universe, where creatures not yet fully formed stand on tall poles in a mysterious swamp. These beings, with shapes vaguely reminiscent of apes, seem to have evolved differently, between the animal and human dimensions, creating a kind of sinister hybridization. The narrative takes us to a tiny island surrounded by marshland, where the beings seem to live on poles that soar skyward like columns of an ancestral temple. It is unclear whether these beings are human or amphibious, but we sense that they are an integral part of a magical and legendary world, perhaps dark and ancient. The atmosphere that permeates these works is thick with symbolism and magical rituals, suggesting that these beings are the result of not only physical but also spiritual evolution. The eerie feeling one gets from looking at these works is partly due to their being suspended between the real and the imaginary, between humanity and animality, in a universe where everything seems possible and nothing is taken for granted.
Digital:Digital on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10
Size:23.6 W x 29.5 H x 0 D in
Ready to Hang:No
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Marco Mattiuzzi's training began when he attended a creative photography course held by Fiorenzo Rosso and Serena Leale, who oriented him towards the "artistic" photo. With techniques such as solarization, toning, tinting and various manipulations, he obtains images between painting and photography. Later he deepens the language of images during annual courses of professional photography with Bruna Orlandi, Alessandra Attianese and Pier Angelo Cavanna. He has exhibited in art galleries in both solo and group exhibitions, ZOOM has published his portfolio and his work has been reviewed in newspapers and magazines. Fiorenzo Rosso wrote about him: "The reproduction of the negative is not the final stage of the process, but the beginning, or rather the continuation of a path that will end, for the author, only after a long work of manual intervention". He has collaborated with Photographie Magazine and Disegno e Pittura, as well as newspapers with critical reviews on painters and photographers. He deals with art and communication in many forms, from music to literature, from photography to virtual reality, with writings regularly published on online cultural portals and on major social networks. For some years now he has replaced the camera and darkroom with the computer, creating virtual sets in 3D from which he obtains images for further processing and manipulation.
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