Interview: Carine Dionisi | ITSLIQUID

Interview: Carine Dionisi

Art, Interviews | August 4, 2015 |

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Interview: Carine Dionisi

Luca Curci talks with Carine Dionisi during SELF PORTRAITS – Inner Feelings exhibitions in Venice on June 2015

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Carine Dionisi is a self-built digital artist, who works with a computer and a graphic tablet. Her work consists in manipulating, distorting and combining her own images (photographies, digital drawings, calligraphies, etc.). As She’s a chemist too, she likes to discover how images can « react » to each other and how the results comes as if by magic.

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Luca Curci – Can you talk about your personal experience in Venice?

Carine Dionisi – I am quite satisfied with the whole organization of the event and I regret I couldn’t come to Venice.

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L.C. – What did you think about the whole organization of the event, the artists’ selection, the communication management and opening nights?

C.D. – Every time I asked a question or a request, I got a quick and precise answer. Everybody was nice and very efficient.

L.C. – What do you think about the collaboration between It’s LIQUID and Ca’ Zanardi/Venice Art House?

C.D. – The coordination between It’s Liquid and Ca’ Zanardi was great

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L.C. – Can you talk about the artwork you presented in Venice? How is it linked with the festival’s theme? What are you currently working on? What is art for you?

C.D. – he work I chose to show in Venice is a photomontage named « self-portrait ». Many sided but with only two colours, it questions duality, how to express it and how it may interact with the environment. The work I am currently working on is a « série » of collages on waste.

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 L.C. – What do you think about International ArtExpo and It’s LIQUID organizations? Do you think they can represent an opportunity for artists?

D.C. – I think Self Festival is real opportunity for emerging artists and I appreciate the diversity of the works selected.

 

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