Poetic Look: Find the hidden masterpiece in your home
Staying at home without time conditions like in this period has never happened. Our home has become our world. And after a start of order, cleaning and various assortments, now is the time to give free space to your imagination. These instructions help you discover points, corners, spots, veins, imperfections on the plasters that can tell us stories, discover faces, figures and most of all let you discover your poetic gaze.
• Poetic eye
• an empty frame or passe-partout
• a camera
– Turn the TV off.
– Choose background music that can elevate your poetic disposition, awakening some creative cells that may have fallen asleep in the last period.
– Go around the rooms of your home. Let the gaze flow over the walls, floors, furniture in search of a beautiful inspirational trace. As soon as you notice something, help yourself by narrowing your eyes, the shapes will appear better.
– Approach the shape with the frame and position it as you like inside.
– Photograph with the camera if you want.
– Choose a meaningful title for the work.
– Pour yourself a good glass of wine and feel satisfied with the work done.
Maruska Mazza, (Mondavio, PU, 1971) lives and works in Berlin, where she organizes and participates in exhibitions, projects and events that enrich the contemporary Berlin art scene. She is part of the BBK (Professional Association of Visual Artists), of the Milchhof e.V. and Peninsula e.V.
She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Urbino, in the early 2000s she moved to Bologna, then moved permanently to Berlin in 2004.
Her artistic research is developed through various mediums, including painting, drawing, ceramics and photography. Her work deals with specific issues, animated by the everyday and its elaboration in a philosophical sense. Through the observation filter she uses figurative images by manipulating their usual reading.