Hometown: San Giuliano Milanese - Milan
Based in: San Giuliano Milanese - Milan
Born in Milan on 16/08/1961, graduated in Architecture in 1988. Teaching Assistant at the Milan Polytechnic in the early academic years. She opened her own architectural firm in 1989, where she still works.
In 2015 she started to use porcelain Paper Clay. She takes part to several international ceramics competitions with her artistic porcelain works.
Collective exhibition "Panoramart " at the castle of Carimate (Como).
First solo exhibition in San Donato Milanese (Milan) at the municipal gallery "Cascina Roma".
Published in the "Access Ceramics" project (Lewis and Clark College - Oregon)
Finalist at the international competition XXV "Terra, identità, luogo, materia" Grottaglie, Antico convento dei Cappuccini (Taranto - Italy)
Finalist at the 11th international competition "Argille Creative" Albissola marina, Museo MUDA (Savona – Italy) -
Winner of Artbox.talent Halloween art contest 2018
Collective exhibition at MUDeC museum “E' sempre l'ora del tè” (Laveno - Italy)
Finalist at the international XXVI competition “MediTERRAneo” Grottaglie, palazzo Episcopio (Taranto – Italy)
Finalist at the international competition “Ceramics in love – Two” at Castellamonte (Turin – Italy)
Finalist at the competition “Maria Giusy Ricotti memorial” Oristano Ceramic Center, Museo Diocesano Arborense (Oristano, Sardinia)
Finalist at the XXVII international competition “MediTERRAneo” Grottaglie, palazzo Episcopio (Taranto – Italy)
“Cluster Crafts”, collective exhibition during the London Craft Week scheduled on 28th Oct - 2nd Nov.
The images of some of her works have been included in the book "Artistic Ceramics - Materials, Techniques, History" edited by Edoardo Pilia.
Every year she takes part at the Milan Design Week
She also took part at Argillà Faenza (Italy) in 2016 and 2018 with “Milano Makers” and at the first “Festa della Ceramica di Saronno” (Varese) in 2018.
She also teaches Paper Clay in various workshops. Some of her pieces are on sale on Etsy
Nature, literature, dreams...but first of all the material itself.
All my work concerns fragility and lightness. It's a non conceptual approach that investigate the chances of the material leading to its extreme consequences. I use only porcelain paper clay that I prepare on my own adding paper to the clay. I use different techniques as slip casting in disposable cardboard molds, brushwork on a balloon, very thin slabs, filigree...
Lightness, fragility, organicity
Henry Matisse, Gunnar Asplund, Adolf Loos
Believe in youself
In a natural environement
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