Visual Alchemy

Maria Chiara Fagioli
ITA Progetti Fotografici Editoriali

Anaesthesia – Baal’s overture

Portfolio 2018.

 
 

“From withered lights to dancing shadows,
From the winter garden to the romantic nocturnal bridges.
Here is Rome.”

 
 


 
 

“Anaesthesia” is a [Limited ed. of 50 printed books] Graphic project perfect bound 21×21 cm, cover Rembrandt stipple textured uncoated 300 gsm, paper type gloss coated.
The photographs are accompanied by a story, in two languages (Italian and English). You can request a copy or buy 400 mm x 267 mm Hahnemühle Photo Rag Giclée prints.

Download/Read the E-Book “Anaesthesia” >>
 
 

THE PROJECT

The lens-based project “Anaesthesia” wants to propose an ironic and embarrassing scenario, culminating in the synaesthetic winter garden in motion, Rome. The functional two-dimensional representation becomes land of conceptual abstractions and symbolism, the substratum for different expressive languages. On show the syntactic disobedience of poetic lights in new an-aesthetics. Is deepened the being’s nature, relating to harmony and beauty without gender boundaries. The woman moves along the time looking for her own reflection or evanescent image. The contortions play an imperfect perfect balance. All around, the context disintegrates or closes the figure, placing the accent on the wandering body that spread the light, sometimes elusive shadow of the self projected into a small bourgeois Eden and at times decadent. The tree and the sun become metaphors and objects reflected, allusions, memory. Anaesthesia is a semi-conscious emotional journey, where tangible boundaries fade and reality plays new roles in the mirror. Hence, desires are transformed into estrangement.

 

Credits
Model: Maria Rosaria Mingione, Yanira Morales Fabbro.

 

THE EXHIBITION

Solo show
at Casa della Cultura of Villa De Sanctis in Via Casilina 665, Rome
March 2018.

 

 

Synaesthesia

I’m pleased to show you my last project, it’s called “ Synaesthesia – Do you want to see the Music? “ .

I encoded a new coloured standard applied to an instrumental canvas, the aim is to create a new simplified musical code meant to be played by two or more instruments through a unique tetragram. Thus I chose a song, “The Sound of Silence” by Simon and Garfunkel, and I translated the old staff notation into my instrumental canvas, so you can see the music that glitters through coloured bright stars, the led points of the tetragram.

 

 

 

Installation Art exhibited at Art Map 2016

The Toy Museum, Ponte de Lima, Portugal
July 2016.

Contest Volume Lazio Creativo 2017 (Dec 2016)

Regione Lazio, Lazio Creativo, Lazio Innova.
100 Stories of creativity under 35.