Francesca Pasquali (Bologna, 1980). Through experimentation and the free research of contemporary materials, Francesca Pasquali gives life to a kind of weaving that is everted into the environment to become almost an architectural element. The creative process is expressed in the interweaving of polymeric, natural and artificial materials, pre-established grids, from which emerge large phytomorphic, hand-woven structures. The works of Francesca Pasquali manage to capture one’s attention, beckoning all eyes to observe them with admiration and curiosity. Her research on non-traditional artistic materials is accompanied by research on the relationship between the work and the viewer, on the creation of new forms of communication with the public, who from passive observers become participants of the work. The plastic, vibrant surfaces are undoubtedly “accomplices” of her work, intended to develop that iridescent effect that does not even leave us time to ask ourselves "what is the work itself made of”, but invites us to approach it, to observe and at the same time to touch it, make contact with its material, to listen, too, to its silent presence.
Francesca Pasquali - metamorphoses
Francesca Pasquali, exhibition catalogue published in two languages (French and English) with texts by Fatoș Üstek, Michael Petry, Matt Williams and Ilaria Bignotti, 160 pages, illustrated artworks, biography and artist's sketches.
2016, pag 160, Italian / English
Francesca Pasquali, exhibition catalogue published in italian and english, with texts by Ilaria Bignotti and Gino Pisapia, 112 pages, b/w and colored illustrations..
2015, pag 112, Italian / English