Rossella Biscotti's work is a photomontage of shots taken within the framework of a robotic neurorehabilitation center in Rome, where patients relearn to articulate movements and walk in an upright position with the help of a so-called exoskeleton. The action of walking has already been at the center of Biscotti's works, such as On Walking (2017), a slab of cement representing the twelve steps taken by the artist during several months of physiotherapy. This autobiographical experience is also at the heart of Alfabeto, where the artist analyzes the dynamism of the Lokomat machine by crystalizing it with the use of a camera. The movement of the lower limbs is deconstructed into several consecutive moments simultaneously represented in the work, recalling the scientific and aesthetic experimentations of chronophotography.
50 x 70 cm
Inkjet fine art print on Hahnemuhle 325 gsm Baryta paper, Epson HDR Ink
Edition of 50 + 10 artist's proofs
Each example is signed, stamped and numbered
The edition is printed by Fotogramma24 Buginovi & Co., Rome
This work is part of the Treccani Alphabet project, a series of unpublished works in a limited edition born from the collaboration with Artissima, the Turin International Contemporary Art Fair.
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