Alessandra Calò mostly works with images from archive, photographs that she found, and literary texts. Her discourse is built on the combination of images and texts that gives birth to a new image. In Kochan, the artist used self-portraits for the first time and contemplates the body as a field for exploration. She established a dialogue with plans, and geographical...
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