I started thinking about the use of wet plate collodion technique in ancient times: the glasses often got broken, becoming useless. Then, I used the wet plate technique and after I broke the glasses, I decided to fix them, inspired by the kintsugi technique, a Japanese art in which something broken is not thrown away but is fixed with pure gold, making it a much more precious. This has also a psychological interpretation: it is a way of life in which wounds and scars make us stronger and unique. I mixed the kintsugi with the Tiffany technique to obtain a plate that tells a story: we have a chance of living multiple lives as when we fall, we rise.

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22.09 | 07:40

Bravissima! Fotografie meravigliose, sospese nel tempo, e di grande impatto emotivo.

23.07 | 12:54

tutte le immagini specchio dell'anima dell'artista

01.07 | 12:17

I remember perfectly about you,
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30.06 | 14:59

Ursula - We would like to form contact with you. Good friends of your mother: Mimi Gat and Uri Gat

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