May 22, 2013

Rita Marcangelo

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Rita Marcangelo

I am particularly fascinated by materials that can change during the making process. I like the idea of being able to change the original structure of the material so that a metamorphosis takes place.

For some time now, I have been working with textile that I burn and treat with acrylics. In the same way as an artist in front of a blank canvas, I start with a piece of white or black silk, and the rest takes place during the making process.



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