Orsola Zane (b.1997, Italy) is a visual artist whose pictorial research centres around themes of detachment and depersonalisation. Her works present us with a formal paradox, isolating and portraying individuals that have renounced their own individuality to the collectivity of the party. By starting from pixelated low-resolution amateur videos of rave parties in the 80's and 90's, Orsola singles out subjects that appear aloof and uneasy, unnaturally disengaged from the collective they are a part of. She conveys an observation on the problematic nature of social relations and the incapability or refusal of communication. Orsola lives and works in Venice, Italy.
BA, Academy Of Fine Art Venice, 2016-2020
2019, ArtNight, Fine Arts Academy, Venice, Italy (Group)
2018, ArtNight, Fine Arts Academy, Venice, Italy (Group)
2017, ArtNight, Fine Arts Academy, Venice, Italy (Group)
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