WHITE SEA II
ARTIST | Fabian Albertini
Fabian Albertini is an Italian artist based between Reggio Emilia and Rio de Janeiro. Albertini is guided by her interests in perception, movement, the relationship between man and environment through dialogues between art and spirituality. Combining photography, installation and overpainted photographs, her projects often show fieldwork in remote locations - such as deserts, volcanos and rainforest. Albertini was educated at the prestigious Instituto Italiano di Fotografia in Milan. She has had solo exhibitions at Galerie Molin Corvo in Paris as well as at Galerie Palü in Zurich.
In White Sea, Fabian Albertini overpaints photographs to explore the idea of waves as a transformative disturbance. The artist likens the power and chaos of a wave to its parallels in the psyche – getting lost in the abyss and finding yourself again, questioning perception and our relationship to nature. The flat objectiveness of the photo contrasts with the immediacy and tactility of hand-applied paint, each lending the other new urgency.
PHOTO CREDIT: @shadedeggesphotography
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