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VIEW IN MY ROOM
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Giclée print on Fineart Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 188gsm (matte and smooth) paper, white border 1 cm, numbered and signed, with Certificate of Authenticity Digital reproduction of a 6x6 analogue film photo, shot in 2017. Inland area of Abruzzo, Italy The white cotton paper, with its characteristic, wonderfully soft feel, boasts a lightly defined felt structure, lending the artwork a three-dimensional appearance and pictorial depth. This paper produces outstanding prints that feature brilliant colours, striking contrasts and perfect reproduction of detail. The day I took this photo, in January 2017, it had been snowing a lot for several hours and the height of the snow that had accumulated was truly impressive. When it stopped snowing, I decided to go for a ride and to try my new analog camera, a Lubitel 166 Universal, that I received at Christmas as a gift. I was very impressed by this scene in which there was no difference between the sky and the ground, and all was immersed in a wonderful and unusual silence. Once I finished and developed the film, I discovered that I had not closed the camera door properly and that some light had entered impressioning the film. But the lightleak was an extra touch of magic for the frame of this wonderful landscape. I hope that the viewer feels calm and relaxed in front of this image. Please note that some imperfections in the image are voluntary left by artist.
Photography Print:Color on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10
Size:7.9 W x 7.9 H x 0 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Customs:Shipments from Italy may experience delays due to country's regulations for exporting valuable artworks.
Pamela Testa (b. 1980) is an italian artist living and working in Abruzzo, a beautiful region located between sea and mountains. She is an emerging photographer who loves Art in all its forms and her images are in some ways inspired by Japanese traditional culture and aesthetic. She graduated in Japanese Language, Art and Culture at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and during her studies she was very impressed by Shintoist and Buddhist Philosophy, above all the concept of Impermanence and the principle of Interdependence. It could be said that in her works there is what in Japanese is called “Mono no Aware”, an expression that literally is translated as “the pathos of things” and indicates that the beauty of things is in their impermanence. Not by chance, she defines photography (and above all her instant photography) like a Japanese haiku, because in its frames it contains the beauty of a fragment of life, unique and irreplaceable. She is a self-taught photographer and in 2001 she bought her first analogue camera starting the collection of her frames of the world. In April 2017 she took part in the Fahrenheit39 Festival in Ravenna, Italy, with her first photo-book “A Quiet Place to Live”, a collection of instant images she made in 2016. She was also selected in the online section of “Circuito Off” European Photography Festival 2017, with her work about time and memory. In August 2017 she has been interviewed by Underexposed Magazine on her photographic work. In November 2012 she took part in a selected collective exhibition of instant photography at the Italian Cultural Institute of Berlin, within the framework of the 5th European Month of Photography.
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