Arianna Matta





Arianna Matta was born in Rome, her passion for art led her to graduate from the D.A.M.S. She studies aesthetics and subsequently obtains a master's degree in aesthetic and museum communication at the University of Tor Vergata. In 2009 she attended the courses of the Rome University of Fine Arts (RUFA) and in 2011 she is already among the finalists of the Arte Laguna Prize in Venice. With a delicate and decisive air of her at the same time, the very personal story of her telling of her absence becomes an analysis of contemporary reality, conducted with a seductive sense of lightness, leaving the observer with a feeling of semi-sleep. The geometry that marks Arianna Matta's painting is poetic, in the disintegration of the forms that crystallize them just before the complete liquefaction. Matta's works draw the viewer into rarefied and solitary interiors. The human figure is absent, the chromatic scores reduced, but despite this 'emptiness', her works convey a story with references that lead to an experience. Arianna Matta's places and objects break down into multiple planes, triggering interferences that destabilize the gaze. The artist intervenes with different tools to create, using the metaphor of the philosopher Zygmunt Bauman, a liquid vision of reality in which construction gives way to instability.