Stranger Than Fiction (2019)

Group Exhibition in Rome, Italy. May 2019

“He will of man in recreating worlds through which to plunge and surprise him self has always been witnessed through the means dedicated to art. Especially today, with photography and new digital media, not only the artists but any individual, has available means that allow us to recreate fictional reality more and more illusory and more easily.
The present call, on the contrary, proposes to collect works that are able to surprise us through aspects belonging to the real world. Often the reality we perceive of the world, of an environment, situation, person, etc., reveals an unusual dissimilarity from the normal, overcoming our fantasies and becoming motive not only for perplexity, even of singular interest, curiosity and surprise.”

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Ugly, Terrible, And Wanting (2019)

“The exhibition Ugly, Terrible, And Wanting consist of a variety of photography and video work that explores the abstract understanding of absences, repulsiveness, and sinister qualities of humankind. 

This show is a way for the artist to acknowledge and explore sides of their consciousness as they examine and understand their perspective of what it means to desire and how that is perceived. It is a show that is about navigating what it means to posses something that has a suggestive reaction or appeal. 

The Focus Group brings together students interested in pursuing a career as a visual artist with a primary medium of photography or video. 

Opening reception, DessART, will be the first Monday of the month March 25th at 12 pm - 1 pm. Closing reception will be the last Friday of the month April 5th. The show will run March 25th – April 5th.”



Door Into The Peculiar (2018)

“The exhibition “Door Into The Peculiar” consist digital photography, instant film photography, and photographic montages that explore the themes of skewed identities and alternate realities.

This show is a way for the artist to acknowledge and explore sides of her that were normally masked and neglected because of fear of ridicule and judgment from the outside world. It is a show that is about the battle, confrontation, and conquering of accepting the peculiar and unique parts of yourself. It was a way not only for the artist to be most authentic and transparent with herself but also with the world.

 She thought the best way to execute her ideas was using various angles and perspectives, masks and materials, and skewed visuals to depict the themes and subject matters. A slow shutter speed was essential in making this series, it helped mask and morph the subject’s identities, to ultimately make them appear more anonymous.”