Human Surfaces is an interpretative visual diary that highlights, in an original way,an iconography of various and potential individual diversities (the alter ego, the actor, the visionary)protagonists of imaginary but no less objective scenes. Di Donato movesin a territory not only of observation but of construction of the image, to establish that thephotography, like all authorial visual forms, is an emanation that contains his artfice. By weaving the strings of his visions, the author creates intersections, acknowledgments, transformstions, real dense descriptions of what he imagines and portrays, revealing relationshipssense entrusted to images and imagery. His Human Surfaces are transformationsgurations, visual metaphors of interior experiences silhouetted in an existential space / voidwhere the anguished scream, dissociation and performative proliferation are combined withthe fascination of conceptual and creative photography in a surreal and brutal style.
|Editore||The Dead Artists Society|
|Numero di pagine||48|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|