‘The present UFO must be subjective, individual, personal and open to interpretations.’
What makes the above statement less of a manifesto is the opportunity to contribute and continue. This is an investigation into paintings drawn by women from the era of the Renaissance whose names were edited or blanked out due to the prominent patriarchal regime of the time that dictated females could not be artists. Edited in black and white an almost new, somewhat a heterotopian environment is being introduced in an effort to make them appear as negative films when the discipline of photography did not exist, creating a futuristic climax.
Printed at Dolce
Βook binding by Thaleia’s Bookbindery