For several years Jessica Pintaldi has been outlining an abstraction that finds its roots in the simplest and most profound form of reality.
Astrophysics and Art share the need for investigation and discovery.
A black hole is thought to be found in the center of each galaxy.
The circle, the sphere, the spiral, the centripetal and centrifugal movements of inner elements are found in many different natural structures. Matter rotates and exists in repeating forms, from the immensely large to the infinitely small.
From the beginning of time, man has always been looking for answers about the origin of the world, the universe and all living things.
The demiurge artist finds answers by observing the shape of what is around him, recognizing a common denominator, both in inanimate nature and in living things.
Through this process, the artist tries to reveal the plot and the warp of creation.
An atom, a cell, a planet, a galaxy and perhaps the universe itself share a similar design.
The outside and the inside often come together.
Macrocosm and Microcosm is a series of paintings, prints and pieces in terracotta and glass made between 2016 and 2020.
The core of this research saw an evolution from paper to an expression through modelling media encompassing the creation of a series of works in terracotta and glass.
Experimenting with different media is essential in order to enhance the process of creation and for the artist to learn some new points of view along the way.
Jessica Pintaldi has a traditional academic background which she has integrated with different experiences and influences by working abroad. She lived in England for several years taking part in collaborations with contemporary musicians and performing in action painting and land art events.