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  • Angelica D’Alisera

  • Affects

    Art, Media, and Technology (BFA)

    Angelica D’Alisera
    Angelica D’Alisera is a multidisciplinary artist who has lived in Rome, Paris, New York, and London. Her works explore identity and the relationship between body, space, and time and ultimately the purpose of human existence. Affects challenges the traditional conceptualization of portraiture, incorporating facial features that have been distorted through a manual process, one not reliant on digital software. By means of a scanner and hand movements, the artist creates irregularities that suggest the fragility and fragmentation of identity and the way its many elements might change, vanish, or remain untouched in the course of a lifetime.
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