║ Alessia Rollo ║

© Alessia Rollo, Untitled, from the series In-Domestico

© Alessia Rollo, Untitled, from the series In-Domestico

© Alessia Rollo, Untitled, from the series In-Domestico

“The photographs of this series are excercises of figures of speech. A calumbur, such as the cactus transformed into a coloured fish that is dying in the silent agony  of a fishbowl,  like a defensless Ophelia. An other is an oximoron with the almond that cries for the spring.

Some images are the fingerprint of a crime, without a trace of blood, because they have been transformed into fine art. The sweet innocent of a child making light fun of the house she inhabits. A fallen angel, who has broken her wings and has lost her sandals because it is no longer a part of this world, but another in which the doormat become cold in the refridgerator and the flowers wither in the jars. The classic look of Balthus, sadistically container.”

Carmen Dalmau

More of Alessia’s work can be seen here

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