FEAR OF THE USUAL RIDE – ALESSANDRA GATTI

Why did you pick this picture?

I chose this work because it is my fear. Fear of monotony, of habit, of the usual circle of life without something worthwhile from. i constantly need to try new things, interests and nuances to life.

Where did the idea come from?

The idea of ​​this art comes from my life. The desire to transform the inventions of new forms of images taking already existing photos and superimposing them together to create an image that represents the emotion I feel at that precise moment.

What does this art mean to you?

For me this kind of art is an integral part of my life. While I create superimposed images, I let myself go to the most complete fantasy and I feel a free being. I let go of any type of idea and emotion in my veins and allows me to express an important side of my character. My crazy, wild side, without rules that needs vivacity and lightheartednes.

What can you tell us about yourself?

I was born on May 26, 1986 in a small town in central Italy. (Montegranaro) I graduated from the institute of art in the fashion and costume section and I have always worked in the field of design and creativity. I’m a huge fan of photography. I attended private courses and I love taking pictures with which I then create my digital work. I love to develop abstract figures figures where I can free the viewer to see what he wants to see at that moment.

What more can you tell us about your art?

Of my art I can add that it is part of my heart. What I create allows me to breathe in the rhythm best suited to my desire for air.

To see more of Alessandra’s artwork please follow the link below to see their instagram page

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