Giugno 2019

Ilaria Ferretti

Animae

The invisible sources of the artwork: talks with today’s artists

Artist

Ilaria Ferretti

Authoress

Emma Coccioli

Publisher

Vernon Press

21 novembre 2018

Ilaria Ferretti

Animae

The invisible sources of the artwork: talks with today’s artists

Curator

Emma Coccioli

Editor

Vernon Press

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Ilaria Ferretti has been selected to partecipate in the book “ANIMAE The invisible sources of the artworks: talks with today’s artists” by Emma Coccioli. An entire chapter is dedicated to the series Bestiario and includes an extensive interview of Ilaria.

Romanticism, the brooding and intensely personal eighteenth-century art and literary movement, takes on a new lease of life in this carefully curated collection of interviews with contemporary artists from around the world. Informed by the writings of the renowned psychoanalyst James Hillman, Romanticism is reconsidered from a twenty-first-century perspective. Moving past a purely formal presentation of the artists’ work, this text strives to uncover the deeper meaning and more pressing issues present in the artworks.

All connected by a similar romantic vein, Emma Coccioli explores each artist’s individual practice through a series of carefully selected questions. For Coccioli, discussions of ‘the moral issue’ and the future of the world also form an important part of the interviews. Coccioli acknowledges that artists have often been asked questions about their role in relation…   

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Artist

Ilaria Ferretti

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Expert in FineArt printing techniques and darkroom processes, she creates visionary works characterized by a personal aesthetic, which merges dark thoughts and universal beauty. Her poetics has been defined as “Punk-Romantik” by Pippo Ciorra.