"Silvia Cordedda was born on the 11th of May in 1991 in Carrara, Italy. She has been fractalist since January 2012. Cordedda attended Chemical Engineering in University of Pisa and took Japanese lessons in her free time." Check out more of Silvia Cordedda's beautiful digital artwork on her Deviant page here.
Shaka focuses on portraiture and figures in movement to reveal the emotional workings behind the façade of everyday human interactions. His figures twist and turn in an energetic color palette, the movement of their bodies representing the struggle for individuality in social power politics. Heightening the internal conflicts of each figure, the paintings feature bas-relief details that pop out from the two-dimensional plane, underscoring the sense of escape and emancipation.
Digital Disruptions is a series of still images illustrating liminal spaces between converging digital worlds. As printed images this work seeks to transport viewers to another world existing in another space and time by presenting the transference of various digital media: video, television, computer and finally materialized through photography form. The brain struggles to make sense of these digital anomalies and abstractions presented in a familiar mode of representation. By disrupting the digital code and constant stream of digital imagery pervading our everyday lives, these images allow for quiet reflection and contemplation on the convergence of media now commonplace in modern society.
" I mainly draw realism with traditional media, particularly charcoal. Charcoal is absolutely amazing, and it's definitely going to be my favourite for the rest of my life. " - Daisy (deviantart username: 77Daisy77) from Australia
" My paintings and sculptures suggest otherness by representing liminal states of animation – or inanimation, between reality and fantasy. The transcendent themes reminisce of those of sacred images, which today are incorporated inconspicuously in the way we depict ourselves, but devoid of the original meaning." - Lya Nagado
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