Printed on fine art hahnemühle photo rag paper or canvas
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This work is part of a triptych that was inspired by constructivism
and on the Bauhaus architectural façades.
The goyave et bleu colors reinforce the volumes and the shadows bring the optical illusion of the three-dimensional, the idea is to bring the sensation of the blocks that come out of the screen, bringing the viewer closer to the scene.
Hometown: Cachoeira do Sul
Based in: São Paulo
Cristina Bergamo was born in Brazil and started her artistic life through theater, attended the University of Scenic Arts of São Paulo and in the late 90's moved to Italy where she continued her studies at the University of Music of Rome.
Cristina is a self-taught artist who develops a work in the scope of Geometric Abstraction and Visual Arts, and is inspired and deeply interested in the Constructivist movement, the Suprematism of the Russian vanguard of the beginning of the 20th century, and Neoplasticism. She was also strongly influenced by the German "Bauhaus" school of art, architecture and design, mainly for its minimalist look at modern architecture and the modernist industrial design objects created from this movement.
We can say that she presents in her work a free transit between these universes that are translated through colors and basic geometric shapes, mainly the square and the circle, besides photographing architectural structures and modernist design objects and mixing them with other elements creating her own dialectics that communicate her vision of the world and her correlation with the whole.
She uses photography, digital techniques, and graphic design to bring colors, volumes, graphic and photographic cutouts to his works, and in this process he is particularly interested in the illusion of three-dimensionality that results from his compositions.
Her intention with art is to lead the viewer to a sensorial perception and awareness of observing the same object or scene from different angles and connecting it with their inner world, often bringing tridimensinality and movement to the center of the discussion.
"I consider music, theater and abstract art to be nuances of the same artistic expression, I hear the sound and movement in colors, just as I see the shapes in musical notes to compose a single work."
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