Shift LC-571 - C Print under Plexiglass, aluminium frame on the back

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  • Artist Giannobi Marina
  • Collection Shift
  • Creation year 2008
  • Dimensions 117,5 x 176 x D 3 cm
  • Technique C Print under Plexiglass, aluminium frame applied on the back for wall hanging
  • About

    3 architects - Mario Botta, Renzo Piano, Arturo Montanelli - and Lecco city, Italy. Marina Giannobi examines the details of the buildings designed by these architects by proposing a search aimed at transforming space through micro perspective slippings. Replacing vision with perception. The immersion in the image leads us to the feeling that takes over to see.

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Giannobi Marina

The photographic research of Marina Giannobi starts from a precise objective, to capture life, in its ordinary daily life, trying to capture those Iper-Visive energies that a superficial observation could not perceive. The artist, therefore, works on the perceptive limit, enriching her with new cognitive experiences that contribute to a sort of reconstruction of reality, transfigured by those vital energies that exist and that compose it, but that only "the electronic eye", in the hands of a conscious artefact, can reveal and look back to the gaze.
Her works are never digitally reworked. Since 2000 she exhibited in contemporary art galleries and museums.
She participates in the Cairo award, at the 54th Venice Biennale, she realises an artist's room at the Malaca Instituto in Malaga.


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