In her Fragmenta project, Italian artist Micaela Lattanzio cuts portraits in tiny pieces and reassembles them into interesting contemporary art compositions that represent the fragmentation of the female identity.
Every peculiar aspect of a human face triggers unprecedented modes of expressive composition, in which the characters of an immaterial aesthetic relate to purely scientific research that ranges in the systemic understanding of the molecules.
In this modern art, the body becomes an element of pure abstraction, it is no longer possible to attribute a spatial structure, a specific weight, a definite time. The contemporary artist portrays the female face in such a meticulous and observant way that it blows everyone away.
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Lattanzio imprints her contemporary art on fragile material such as paper or plastic mode, aimed at giving depth to every single fragment embedded in the composition. In this Italian art, there is the iconological and aesthetic will to instill the relative characters of existence.
In its aesthetic and conceptual features of Micaela Lattanzio’s contemporary art, she composes an unprecedented linguistic vocabulary. A structure of the real in order to explore a narrative dimension that goes beyond the expectations.
An investigation of the humankind and the authenticity of the body where form and concept come together in a work that no longer belongs to a unitary center of social identification, but which the principle is “infinite nuclear fission”. I Lobo You is completely stunned with this art’s concept!