Inconvenient Speeches through the Sculpture
— Rosaria Iazzetta,
Sculptor / Sculpture professor at Academy of Fine Arts in Italy
Iazzetta, believes deeply in the possibility that sculture can be part of a greater definition of contemporary inconveniences. She was in Japan where she gained her footing in sculpture, learning to weld with iron, stainless, steel and aluminum. To these new technical skills she brought a lively sensibility informed by her insatiable curiosity about the workings of the world. Society has changed according to economic products, and human qualities, found values in things that were not created to have values. Iazzetta, brings to the right values and thoughts,through distorting the spaces that surround each and every one of art pieces, whether in sculpture or in photography.
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