Ecstatic Kaleidoscope A typology of Lara Gasparotto’s body of images brings to the fore the insistent figure of woman: young, sensuous, pensive, sometimes to the point of withdrawal. It is them, those immature sexual figures, that make it possible to bring the intimate together with symbolic representations of the world. What is revealed is an entire choreography that consists of a quest for an unfolding: how do we get out of the fetal and our grandiose projections that replace a true experience of the world ? How do we throw ourselves into the water, that other recurrent figure in the book?...
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