Imagines Mundi

Imagines Mundi is a research in which images are devices for a journey into an imaginary cosmography.
Through a series of minimal manual actions, I have manipulated the photographic surface in order to evoke other representations of the world. Here, geometric elements like dots (pierced), lines (etched) and surfaces (folded and torn) create signs for another space.
Similar to constellations, these abstract images become real matter by joining nearby dots with simple lines. The signs, impressed on paper, are transformed into patterns and geometries, representing a transposition of an imaginative thought into the real world, thus becoming an essential part of it.”

Giulia Flavia Baczynski
(Verona, IT, 1982)

Visual artist interested in the representation and interpretation of the space that man creates and in which he lives. Over the years, whether urban and natural or imagined and conceptual, the concept of space becomes the core of her research.
Since 2014 she has been developing a research that relates the architectural model to
photography: the freedom in representing a spatial concept and its form show that reality itself is a flexible concept.
The model, understood also as a conceptual and ideal model, leads her to work with cartography to understand and analyze how the sign of man designs his vital and mental space.

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