"Tribute to Spiderman" by AdalgisArt.
Dimensions: 23x28x6 cm
Unique piece with authenticity
Work in origami using newspapers from 70s
The artist continues her voyage of discovery into childhood memories, reinterpreting images from Italian comic "Diabolik" that accompanied her during her childhood. A great fan of drawing from an early age, the artist has made figures central in expressing her art. Boats represent her interpretation of the passage of time, navigating the stormy waters of her life.
Adalgisa De Angelis (Italy), aka AdalgisArt, is a multifaceted artist, costume designer, set designer and designer. For over 30 years she has been creating jewelry and bags for her brand. She works as a costume designer for theater, telefilms, TV programs and cinema.
The Objet Trouvè, inspired by Duchamp's concept, is a creation of original assemblages, which gives new life to each material used by intertwining plastics, metal, paper, fabrics, resin and 3d penart.
Distant dreams become images of the present with a refined and playful character that move forward in symbiosis. Imagination and manual crafts make up a full-fledged journey. The origami of the boats symbolizes the confused journey of our present day; the knot of ancient fabrics follows a different language that takes us back to the memory of the past in order to treasure it in the present. The themes chosen are well anchored to everyday life, suffering and rebirth. AdalgisArt works almost exclusively on fiber art and pop art, favoring sculpture. Her professional and artistic body of work is full of experiences both in Italy and abroad.