Insect Queen (inevitable end version) - Limited Edition of 8 Photograph by Federico Bebber

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Insect Queen (inevitable end version) - Limited Edition of 8

Federico Bebber

Italy

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Size: 39.4 W x 55.1 H x 0 D in

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Model: Dihaze High quality signed and numbered (Hahnemuhle photo rag museum quality)

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Photography Print:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:8

Size:39.4 W x 55.1 H x 0 D in

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It is the need to express and and to vent restlessness that produces these artworks: it is unrest coming from discomfort and speaking through artfulness and nature. The audience is universal. Tones are colourless, from pure white to dark black, through the whole range of greys. The contents are literally ripped out of everyday life, combined and merged with agonising shapes, exposed to a fantastic metamorphosis, within a dream-like and surreal environment. Viewers will stop to listen, as if waiting for some noise, without knowing whether it will be music, words or screaming. Will the viewers be able to the detect the humour hidden behind that unrest? Federico Bebber was born in 1974 in Udine, Italy. Since 1998 he deals with digital art. He uses digital tools based on photography. His creative process usually takes place slowly and at night.

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