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Francesca Fini Cyborg Fatale

As Alessio Galbiati wrote on Rapporto Confidenziale Magazine: “Francesca Fini is a woman-image. A producer of images through the use of different languages: from performance to direction, from interaction design to (hyper) graphics, passing through a myriad of hybridizations and contaminations. Over the years she has experimented with various media, making her debut in 1996 with the novel (of autobiographical training) So I speak Mickey Mouse, before moving on to work for cinema and television. His multidisciplinary training has become the strength and the characteristic from which to start to build his own organic and original artistic career. For her, the body is a sensitive territory with which to explore suggestions and reflections on the ancestral (a) modernity of the needs and requirements of man (or rather, of woman), but above all a battlefield within which, and with which , articulate actions and gestures that become other than themselves. A manufactured body, hybridized with cyberpunk-inspired conceptual technology ".

Cyborg Fatale is a multifaceted and complex portrait that tells this soul split between real and virtual, illustrating ten years of work divided into three major thematic sections: performance art, animation and experimental cinema.





Published by Postmedia Books, this conceptually dense book full of beautiful color images traces a ten-year career in the field of performance art and video art. Edited by the media historian Bruno Di Marino, and with essays by Lori Adragna, Adriano Aprà and Giacomo Ravesi.

- Publisher: Postmedia Books

- Language: Italian

- Paperback: 180 pages

- ISBN-10: 8874903111

- ISBN-13: 978-8874903115

- Weight: 500 g

- Format: 17 x 1.1 x 22 cm

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