Giorgia Fiorio began a long and profound journey that took her through dozens of countries, Jordan, Syria, Uzbekistan, Iraq … to question the perception of human figuration and the place of the spirituality, and of ancestral rites. The research carried out is similar to the imaginary memory of a vital confrontation with existence. In this series, she captures the human being in his search, whether religious or not, through the reading of sacred texts, the practice of gestures but also by going to symbolic places, attached to the birth of civilisation and looking for spirituality. The artist works in ten-year […]
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