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What is time? An indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in an apparently irreversible succession from the past, through the present, into the future? Is it an illusion? One of our naive and imperfect perceptions? how memory is connected with time? What if we could travel in time? Or if past and present and future could be reordered?

This portrait depicts 2 women “melted” together. On the left hand side you can see a man from the XV century (Man in oriental clothing - Rembrandt 1635), on the right hand side, Spencer Tracy and in the center the mix of the 2 images. The idea is that time is a very tricky thing especially when it is filtered through our memories. In our mind past and present are mixed together, there isn’t an order and we can ‘travel’ from one to the other back and forth as well as we can see these 2 men, coming from different moment in time, when we move from left to right and viceversa.

original digital artwork printed on reused paper from books, magazines or catalogues and folded in a herringbone origami design. Printed in a limited version of only 3, each one unique and original. Signed and numbered with a Certificate of authenticity. 594 x 841 x 40 mm - framed in an acrylic double tray box - ready to hang. Framed with an acrylic double tray box, ready to hang
What is time? An indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in an apparently irreversible succession from the past, through the present, into the future? Is it an illusion? One of our naive and imperfect perceptions? how memory is connected with time? What if we could travel in time? Or if past and present and future could be reordered?

This portrait depicts 2 women “melted” together. On the left hand side you can see a man from the XV century (Man in oriental clothing - Rembrandt 1635), on the right hand side, Spencer Tracy and in the center the mix of the 2 images. The idea is that time is a very tricky thing especially when it is filtered through our memories. In our mind past and present are mixed together, there isn’t an order and we can ‘travel’ from one to the other back and forth as well as we can see these 2 men, coming from different moment in time, when we move from left to right and viceversa.

original digital artwork printed on reused paper from books, magazines or catalogues and folded in a herringbone origami design. Printed in a limited version of only 3, each one unique and original. Signed and numbered with a Certificate of authenticity. 594 x 841 x 40 mm - framed in an acrylic double tray box - ready to hang. Framed with an acrylic double tray box, ready to hang
What is time? An indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in an apparently irreversible succession from the past, through the present, into the future? Is it an illusion? One of our naive and imperfect perceptions? how memory is connected with time? What if we could travel in time? Or if past and present and future could be reordered?

This portrait depicts 2 women “melted” together. On the left hand side you can see a man from the XV century (Man in oriental clothing - Rembrandt 1635), on the right hand side, Spencer Tracy and in the center the mix of the 2 images. The idea is that time is a very tricky thing especially when it is filtered through our memories. In our mind past and present are mixed together, there isn’t an order and we can ‘travel’ from one to the other back and forth as well as we can see these 2 men, coming from different moment in time, when we move from left to right and viceversa.

original digital artwork printed on reused paper from books, magazines or catalogues and folded in a herringbone origami design. Printed in a limited version of only 3, each one unique and original. Signed and numbered with a Certificate of authenticity. 594 x 841 x 40 mm - framed in an acrylic double tray box - ready to hang. Framed with an acrylic double tray box, ready to hang
What is time? An indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in an apparently irreversible succession from the past, through the present, into the future? Is it an illusion? One of our naive and imperfect perceptions? how memory is connected with time? What if we could travel in time? Or if past and present and future could be reordered?

This portrait depicts 2 women “melted” together. On the left hand side you can see a man from the XV century (Man in oriental clothing - Rembrandt 1635), on the right hand side, Spencer Tracy and in the center the mix of the 2 images. The idea is that time is a very tricky thing especially when it is filtered through our memories. In our mind past and present are mixed together, there isn’t an order and we can ‘travel’ from one to the other back and forth as well as we can see these 2 men, coming from different moment in time, when we move from left to right and viceversa.

original digital artwork printed on reused paper from books, magazines or catalogues and folded in a herringbone origami design. Printed in a limited version of only 3, each one unique and original. Signed and numbered with a Certificate of authenticity. 594 x 841 x 40 mm - framed in an acrylic double tray box - ready to hang. Framed with an acrylic double tray box, ready to hang
What is time? An indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in an apparently irreversible succession from the past, through the present, into the future? Is it an illusion? One of our naive and imperfect perceptions? how memory is connected with time? What if we could travel in time? Or if past and present and future could be reordered?

This portrait depicts 2 women “melted” together. On the left hand side you can see a man from the XV century (Man in oriental clothing - Rembrandt 1635), on the right hand side, Spencer Tracy and in the center the mix of the 2 images. The idea is that time is a very tricky thing especially when it is filtered through our memories. In our mind past and present are mixed together, there isn’t an order and we can ‘travel’ from one to the other back and forth as well as we can see these 2 men, coming from different moment in time, when we move from left to right and viceversa.

original digital artwork printed on reused paper from books, magazines or catalogues and folded in a herringbone origami design. Printed in a limited version of only 3, each one unique and original. Signed and numbered with a Certificate of authenticity. 594 x 841 x 40 mm - framed in an acrylic double tray box - ready to hang. Framed with an acrylic double tray box, ready to hang
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Paola Bazz

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Printmaking, Paper on Cardboard

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What is time? An indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in an apparently irreversible succession from the past, through the present, into the future? Is it an illusion? One of our naive and imperfect perceptions? how memory is connected with time? What if we could travel in time? Or if past and present and future could be reordered? This portrait depicts 2 women “melted” together. On the left hand side you can see a man from the XV century (Man in oriental clothing - Rembrandt 1635), on the right hand side, Spencer Tracy and in the center the mix of the 2 images. The idea is that time is a very tricky thing especially when it is filtered through our memories. In our mind past and present are mixed together, there isn’t an order and we can ‘travel’ from one to the other back and forth as well as we can see these 2 men, coming from different moment in time, when we move from left to right and viceversa. original digital artwork printed on reused paper from books, magazines or catalogues and folded in a herringbone origami design. Printed in a limited version of only 3, each one unique and original. Signed and numbered with a Certificate of authenticity. 594 x 841 x 40 mm - framed in an acrylic double tray box - ready to hang. Framed with an acrylic double tray box, ready to hang

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Printmaking:Paper on Cardboard

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Size:23.6 W x 33.1 H x 1.6 D in

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I am an anglo-italian artist based in Italy. I create art across the digital and physical realms exploring the concept of ‘Identity’ using different media, from 3d physical paper collage portraits to NFTs avatars (ed. The Other Avatars first NFTs Saatchi Art project). Art and Creativity have always been a form of escapism and survival for me, a kind of virtual world where to find peace. The Virtual/Digital and the Real/Physical are part of my practice. The main material for my physical works is usually recycled paper that I repurpose from magazines, books, catalogues etc.. Paper is a very interesting and complex material in itself, but it becomes more intriguing when printed, as it turns into a binder of messages. Having been trained as an architect, I can’t help myself from planning each of my works. I have developed different techniques and I like to choose the one that intuitively attracts me in that moment, to balance the other very rational approach to planning. The subjects of my works are often chosen around the topic of identity, including its continuous transformation, its intangibility and its cryptic nature. My choice of people as subjects - either ordinary or celebrities - is aimed at exploring the inadequacy of a portrait to describe that person. With an image, it is possible to fix only a fragment of the complex nature of their identity. Printed-paper steeped with fragmented messages is, therefore, the perfect medium to represent this complex, fragile and ungraspable nature. Using everyday objects such as paper, I also want people to investigate into our consumerist society where we conceive our goals in life through acquiring goods that we do not need and where our identity is defined by what we buy and exhibit. Like our identities, my portraits are fluid and mobile, and our perception of them changes as we move around them. From up close, the subjects become abstract compositions, making the viewer engage with matters beyond what is immediately visible, and through this I try to raise public awareness about other issues relating to our environment, our privacy and the complex notion of time too.

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