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The pause of the player

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The pause of the player Painting

Federico Pisciotta

Italy

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 39.4 W x 59.1 H x 0.8 D in

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About The Artwork

A work that wants to tell the contradiction between pictorial material and hyper-realistic virtual reality of the latest technological standards adopted in videogames. The character of The Last of Us is portrayed to the "manner" reminiscent of master painters of the past and is inserted in a context unrelated to the narrative gaming but known only to the player to pause. Even the latest technologies, covered with a generous dose of irony, will soon be forgotten in favor of the story. While the color deceives deep emotions the future is announced by the observer curious.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:39.4 W x 59.1 H x 0.8 D in

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Pisciotta Federico was born in Rome on 30 October 1975. He graduated in 1993 at the VI Art School in Rome and in 1997 in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, with Nunzio Solendo and Sandro Trotti. After teaching for several years in the capital, he devoted himself exclusively to painting and contemporary art research. From 2013 lives and works in Fara in Sabina, at his studio "700Artecontemporanea". He has participated in group exhibitions, solo and international exhibitions in Italy and abroad exposing at some prestigious public spaces such as the Foundation Museum Venanzo Crocetti in Rome, the Stables of Aragona Palace in Vasto, CH, the DAP1 Gallery in Warsaw and Halle 50 at the DomagkAteliers in Monaco of Bavaria. One of his latest projects, introduced in Germany in 2014, employs a personal process of painting review, supported by multimedia interactions that recall the obsessive presence of the informatics iconography.

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