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Lost Negative (Blue and red flowers, 2017) Photograph - Limited Edition of 20

Carla Cuomo

United Kingdom

Photography, Color on Other

Size: 15.7 W x 9.8 H x 0.4 D in

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About The Artwork

This is a 35mm colour negative film photography shot in London in 2017. It is part of a series called ' Lost Negative' I like to work on series as in the majority of my work you can see here. I am investigating the possibility of the mistake and of the unexpected that can happen with film photography since we cannot see the work till it is developed. The error, the unexpected, the mistake became in my investigation of the work itself, and the capacity to look for the beauty in the discarded element. The chemicals that are involved with analogue photography play a vital role in my projects as I use the very first frames to give myself the chance to look for the mistake, for the light burning the fame affecting the images It is indeed called 'Lost Negative' as in the majority of the cases the first frames are damaged by the light and I shot without knowing what it will be.

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Photography:Color on Other

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:15.7 W x 9.8 H x 0.4 D in

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Italian artist based currently in London. Her artistic practice investigates and questions the persuasive power of the image and of the visual language. Her body of work incorporates intimate yet universal experiences such as loneliness, abandonment, fear for emotional nakedness and failure. In touching on these topics, she aims to create a collision between opposite languages: the unreal and the imaginary, the document and the oneiric, the personal memory and the collective, aiming to trigger reactions by invoking primal and visceral emotions. She employs the photographic medium to create visual access to the many different readings of existence. Her work often addresses elements of sexuality, mysticism, body language and nature, to create a tense narrative that provokes and relives at the same time.

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