Where are you from? Where do you live?
I’m from Bologna, Italy. My base is still there, but in the last few years I have been spending long periods of time in New York, where I’ve been exhibiting my work and working on new projects.
How old are you?
How do you pay your bills? Are you working as a professional photographer?
I am self-employed in every sense, but I mainly earn my living from my job as an editor in the publishing services sector.
What cameras do you use?
At the moment, I am working with two medium-format cameras, a 6×6 and a 6×7.
Any photographer or artist inspiring you?
The artist who most influenced me when I first started was photographer Luigi Ghirri.
What/who do you enjoy to shoot the most?
It depends on the specific project. Right now I am working on the language of portraiture, and I am fascinated from the human face. In general, I pursue a sort of organized, intimate unbalance.
Do you believe in god?
I often think about the universe.
What do you drink on a night out?
Can’t say I have a pattern in this.
Do you like dancing?
Yes. Very much. But I’m one of those drunk girls who always complain about the music.
What’s your favourite first name?
I can’t think of one right now… I guess I’ll settle for one if I have a baby. But I do really like your second name!
(Thank you!! ndr)
Are you a fashion addict?
What’s your favourite tv series?
Uhm, I guess it depends on whatever supernatural creature is coming up this season.
Recommend us a book.
Among the novels I have been reading recently, definitely Nabokov, “Pale Fire.”
What’s the country of your dreams?
It’s a cruel world.
Have you ever been to Iceland?
No, I wish. Have you?
(Not yet, unfortunately… ndr )
What song would you choose for a slideshow of your work?
Last Fall I showed my “Archaeologia” project at Lens Based Art Show in Turin, and I chose a song by Leila. In general, I prefer electronic and minimal, I think they match very well with my work.
Ask yourself a question. Tell me your answer (like Marzullo does)
Q: Oh, shite. Uhm. I really wanna know: what is the meaning of all this? What is it we can’t see? What is there, behind, beyond?
A: Oh, shite. This is a difficult one. I don’t know. I’d like to know the answer myself.
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