I take photographs by a traditional 35mm Reflex camera and films. In my images I catch forever the emotion of a journey named existence. Almost all my visual projects concern the body, usually my own body. I use Photography as a tool to observe myself in my intimacy, to "read" among the abstract spaces of my soul.... Photography , in its natural dimension, is a synthesis of a moment tha is gone, not visible anymore. Photography is a memory, but also a piece of life to believe in, a valid instrument to reflect on , following emotional itineraries, giving a perspective to different points of view. In my pictures I visualize my feelings emerging from my intimacy. Taking pictures becomes an action to free myself , a moment of reflection, depicting what I feel in that proper moment,all those ghosts dancing with me : fear, illusion, melanchony but also tenderness, joy, love. Nora Lux
Biography: Transfigured: The Uncontrollable Dimension A place of geographical existence becomes a non-place of metaphysical essence, lost or found at last. The signs of an archaic sacredness emerge in the vacuum and in the essence. The appearance of a body nullifies the daily perception of reality, leading us to an emotional elsewhere, in the deep intimacy of the artist. Stop. Place all your trust in the creature emerging from the stone; a soundlessly singing siren come out of the interior vacuum where phantoms dwell, takes bodily form for an instant. Perturbing vision, the impossible image of our madness. In the stone and in the dust her shape lights up with life, outlines itself, mingles, loses itself like a distant shadow left on a shroud, unsolved between the being and the void. In the very instant our eye seizes her, she flees. She lives suspended in a light limbo, silent, timeless, where the soul extinguishes its agonies. She opens us the door to her world for a short time. She dissolves in silence leaving her enchantment in the air. Maddalena Marinelli
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