Si Sovrappongono le Estati - Pigments on raw cotton canvas
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- Artist Passaniti Samantha
- Category Materic paintings
Creation year 2020
- Dimensions 37 x 70 x D 5 cm
- Technique White pigment, natural indigo blue from Morocco, soil from Andalusia, pine needles and serpentine fragments from Monte Beigua, mineral dust from Monte Argentario on raw cotton canvas
The artwork is entirely made with recycled and natural materials collected in nature by the artist. This aspect is linked to the artist's poetics focused on the dialogue between the intimate world and the natural world through the use and choice of materials.
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Samantha Passaniti, Born in Grosseto (IT) in 1981, she lives and works between Monte Argentario and Rome. Graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, in 2015 she attended a postgraduate course at the Slade School of Art in London. She exhibited her works in several solo and group show in Italy and abroad. In the last years she participated in some artistic residencies in natural sites where she realized site specific installation.
Her artistic research focuses on the experimentation of natural materials collected in the environment, become the object of reflection and investigation into the complexity of human relationships and the existential experience. Her paintings and installations are the result of a continuous relationship, between inside and outside, between the intimate world and the environment, between man and nature, between the existential and natural cycles.