Patrizia Fusi and I met while I was a student at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and she was a study abroad student from Rome, Italy. I had the opportunity to get to know her as her friend and student mentor. And I even had the great pleasure of visiting her in Rome last summer! Patrizia is a very talented artist and photographer. I am so happy to share some of her fashion work and fine art work today on Lenscratch! — Sarah Stankey
Patrizia Fusi is a both a fashion photographer and a fine art photographer. She was born in 1990 in Rome, Italy. She studied at a science high school and graduated college from the Instituto Europeo di Design (IED Roma) in June 2012. Patrizia’s work has been published in Poutpourri Magazine, Impostor Magazine, Fashion E-zine and on Vogue.com.cn.
We know the world through our senses: sight, touch, taste, sound and smell. Everything has some sort of shape.
In every single moment, we increase our knowledge, storing up new things and concepts. But what’s the shape of this process? How does the act of learning, thinking, feeling look like? What is its shape?
Everything could be reduced into lines. Religions use sacred geometries, symbols, psychedelia uses geometries too.
By studying the different uses of the geometry, I ended up with the idea that the abilities of our minds can be represented with the purest, most essential and perfect shapes: Geometries.
These images are negative black and white silver prints over which I sewed and embroidered.
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