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About Emanuela Camacci
1986 - 1990
Academy of Fine Arts. Sculpture department. Rome. Italy
Winner of the competition for an artwork scheme 2%
3rd Prize in the competition of ideas for a work of art
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Event: GNAP GERMANY 2021
Dates: Sept. 11, 2021 - Sept. 30, 2021
Global nomadic art project. Germany 2021. Nature art stories
Opening: 11 September 2021 - 15.00 pm
Location: Internationales Waldkunstzentrum eV, Ludwigstrasse 137, 64285 Darmstadt, Germany
Curators: Internationales Waldkunstzentrum eV, Center for Art and Nature eV
Event: UP-CYCLING DETRITUS 2021
Dates: April 15, 2021 - Sept. 1, 2021
Opening: Virtual Release: Thursday April 15, 2021 Virtual Exhibition: April 15, 2021 – September 1st, 2021 • Panel Discussion: May 07, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
Location: Online www.sculptorsalliance.org/online-exhibitions
Curator: Vernita Nemec
Since my early childhood I have had the need to create an imaginary world, a world to explore, a world that would become real, through my hands. I still keep this ludic side and I love to dive in and feel the materials, explore their potentialities, playing with them.
I also like to think that my work nourishes and inspires a thought, curiosity and an attention to details, so that from a fragment, a texture of one of my works you can move on to observe a blade of grass, a flower, an insect.
I try to transfer the respect and love for nature, the attention to every detail and the analysis of its geometric and organic structure, both through the mainly natural materials I use and through the representation of an intimate and emotional dialogue I have with all living forms, and in particular with the floral universe, as well as with inanimate forms such as rocks. Infact my works are inspired by nature, physical and emotional experiences including humor and sensuality and the representation of urban landscapes I live in.
I love to experiment with the expressive possibilities of materials, such as wood, stone, clay, and very often it is the same materials that I sometimes collect in nature, to suggest to me which path and expressive language to take. My works made directly on site, in urban areas or in natural environment, are often composed of several elements and in relation to the place and space they occupy change in meaning. Lastly, I would like every viewer to experience a real sensorial journey through one of my works on a perceptive and emotional level.