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Lucia Veronesi

artist  |  Lucia Veronesi

Venice

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Lucia Veronesi works with video, collages, paintings and drawings. Her research deals with video and a more material and pictorial work at the same time: they often interact and one influences the other. In the last years, her work has focused on the concept of desire and possession, in particular on hoarding, a mental disorder that drastically changes domestic space. Recently she is working on the concept of landscapes considered ... Read more
Lucia Veronesi works with video, collages, paintings and drawings.

Her research deals with video and a more material and pictorial work at the same time: they often interact and one influences the other. In the last years, her work has focused on the concept of desire and possession, in particular on hoarding, a mental disorder that drastically changes domestic space.

Recently she is working on the concept of landscapes considered from different perspectives, through different meaning: collage, painting, video, photography. She is interested in the alteration of landscape, trying to grasp the moment in which new visions come out and other landscapes are created.

She is deeply interested in the formal transformation of spaces, from safe and protecting shelters to traps. She builds up small cardboard sets, where she puts silhouettes of objects cut from magazines and pictures. She makes the silhouettes move and films their movements. In the next stage, while she is editing these shots, she alternates bidimensional and tridimensional images, in an ambivalence between surface and volume, often the first comes out of the latter and vice versa, so as to underline even more the transformation from space to non-space. She investigates the spaces as well with painting and collage. Read less
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