Cel-phone – 15-3-509-37-21
I Was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1974.
I graduate from the National Fine Arts University Manuel Belgrano in 1996
Between 1997 and 2012 I participate in severals seminars and courses of Painting, drawing, photography ,resin,mixed technical and theatrical costumes.
Nowadays I realize grupal and individual exhibitions,participate in diferents contest ,bennials, art salons and sell my art in diferents markets.
Memorie Thread -Visual Mantra- Instalation
The thread unites past, present, words, memories and memoires in a new framing that forms a blanket/mantra where the sounds of silence expand from the soul to the book’s core.
My soul’s secret and the word’s silence transform the book and turn it into a foundation of symbols blossoming lack of support, fear, void, loneliness, joy and freedom.
The threads unite all these feelings and symbols transforming the book into its own resurrection.
Statement -Sofia Pirosanto-
Every element I use in my paintings and objects is a symbol that has its own meaning and conveys an emotion.
I’m interested in the element’s temperature, it’s different textures and foundations.
Working with different materials, such as acrylic, acetates, nails, photographs, metals, resin and glass, I search through time and its memory...
I use the key as symbol of my search between the duality that holds my secrets and open our doors, treasuring time and memories.
The ladder pictures are the link between the earth and they sky, the helps us get far, towards what’s possible, to look up. To find words that gather beginning and end.
And that’s where movement resides, the continuous, the evolution, never the stillness.
In this movement, we open path to new ways, different landscapes and dreams until we understand the way in and way out are the same
I write about love, trees, distance, horizons and vortices, the arrival and the wait.
I’m interested in the tale, as the writing’s texture, as secrets barely revealed, that from time to time they show-up y and some other times they are perceived as a veil.
My work sets-off a concept, an idea that goes through a sieve, in which I intent it to become more poetic, leaving an impression and a rendezvous with the other.
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