Interview with Ana Clara Diquattro | ITSLIQUID

Interview with Ana Clara Diquattro

Art, Interviews | August 30, 2016 |

Interview with Ana Clara DiquattroImage courtesy of Ana Clara Diquattro

Interview with Ana Clara Diquattro

Luca Curci talks with the artist Ana Clara Diquattro during FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES – It’s LIQUID International Art and Architecture Festival in Venice on August – September 2016. Ana Clara Diquattro was born on August 31st, 1982 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is granddaughter to Italian and German immigrants. Ana is a plastic artist, she started working in the art field since 2009. The artist studies at UNA (National University of Arts). She is a writer of poetry and she had the opportunity to attend a workshop organized by The National Library. She loves the arts. It is said that her artistic work is like a language since it is the way in which her mind speaks. She analyzes the great artist called Luis Felipe Yuyo Noé, his literary pieces are an incentive for her to write and paint as well as the works of the great artist Juan Doffo.


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Luca Curci: Please tell me about your art/the artwork shown during our festival… We were attracted by your last artistic production, has the artworks presented been created for the festival (name) or as a part of pre-existent works?

Ana Clara Diquattro: “Deceived Freedom” is the transparency of my being identified in my inner soul. Self-reflection is in the nature of each being.”Deceived Freedom” was my latest artistic product. It was created for the Fragmented Identities Festival in a moment of deep inspiration. It was a great challenge. It shows how freedom is deceived by sadness, disappointments and pride. It depicts how sometimes we are deceived by people who damages us and how we may repaired the damage caused bringing light to our lives.


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L.C. – When you start practicing art and why?

A. C. D. – I started doing art seven years ago because I am really sensitive and sincere and I want to give a message to our present society so that when I will die, my artwork will show how arts could be representative of our identity.

L.C. – Can you talk about your artistic work? Which are your inspirations?

A. C. D. – As regards my artwork, each piece is different from one another but they have the same essence. My sources of inspiration are all the factors around me as nature. The environment we live is a big value for us in this world.


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L.C. – What’s the art tip you usually receive? Do visitors’ suggestions enrich yourself and your art?

A. C. D. – Visitors give important suggestions and they are a big contribution for me and my art. They suggest to me that I should discover myself through my pleasant message.

L.C. – What art themes do you pursue? What are your preferred subjects if any?

A. C. D. – My favourite subjects are those related to life and freedom and the possibility of showing our feelings.


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L.C. – What do you think about LIQUID Platform?

A. C. D. – The LIQUID platform is a very good way to reveal our identity, through it the artists show that they are all part of the same world but with different characteristics.

L.C. – Do you think It’s LIQUID Group can represent an opportunity for artists?

A. C. D. – It’s a real opportunity for artists as me to explore new horizons. It gives you the opportunity to show your art around the world.



Interview with Ana Clara DiquattroImage courtesy of Ana Clara Diquattro


Interview with Ana Clara DiquattroImage courtesy of Ana Clara Diquattro


Interview with Ana Clara DiquattroImage courtesy of Ana Clara Diquattro

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