Mariateresa Sartori

Mariateresa Sartori (born 1961 in Venice, where she lives and works) is graduated in German studies with a thesis on Freud and the psychology of art. Her research revolves around three thematic fulcrums: empirical scientific method; behavioural dynamics, often in relation to neurosciences; music and sound in relation to language. Depending on the project she embarks upon, Mariateresa Sartori uses different mediums ranging from drawing—whether for small or wall-size works—to pinhole photography, video, and sound recordings. However, such a variety of approaches is merely apparent, and reveals the same attitude supported by recurring patterns of action, and a polymorphous unity of a work which, through single projects and sets, investigates, confirms, and reinvents its underlying relationship to the world.

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Mariateresa Sartori - Monde, dis-moi tout
trilingual edition (English / French / Italian)
Three three pinhole photographic series by the Venetian artist who explores the possible interactions between artistic and scientific languages.

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