May 22, 2013

Eugenia Ingegno

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Eugenia Ingegno

I seek objects, I accumulate and break them up to extract what is essential for me: a fragment just enough to trigger a memory.
I catch the shape impressing the material into the mold as the photographer captures the image impressing light on the film. I exploit the effect or illusion of reality produced by the use of this method.
I use casting and pouring materials like metals, resins and silicons to fill shapes with a new, unexpected content.

My jewels are trace of possible lives, memories of something that did not happen but that could have happened.



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