Ramona Zordini is a photographer and visual artist from Italy. She explores personal themes of mental and physical changes portrayed trough liquid elements. After studying Graphic and Visual Arts, she started to teach Photography. Her works were posted on many International Magazines such as: Gaps Magazine, Hi Fructose Magazine, Bath Life UK, Zoom and the like. “Changing Time” is a series of three projects based on instincts, lifestyle, emotions and paths taken in the course of life.
“I want to stop people in that snapshot when everything is still and everything is connected, often life brings us to run with your eyes closed without ever making contact with reality.”
The sexuality and eroticism between lovers and oneself are powerfully highlighted; naked bodies interact with one another carrying an unimaginable strenght and sexual energy. Her works scream despair, intrigue, beauty, emotional intensity, as sensuality and self-discovery as well. The murky water is a customary element in Zordini’s works.
“I would like the impermeability of things to touch every sensation without filters occasionally my being and I stun, leaving myself imploded, to fill a box of decomposed recollections and reinventing my image and likeness. Ambiguous term, ambiguous place, gesture, thought, your eyes lost in him without entrance, is an eternal moment of transition, there is nothing like yesterday, the filter is to be cleaned”.
Ramona won the Telethon 2009 edition Award, she had been named as “Author Reported” in the Award Tau Visual and in 2011 she was selected to participate in the Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean.
All photos (c) Ramona Zordini
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