Photography of Naked Bodies in the Water by Ramona Zordini
Ramona Zordini. Drowning has always been on my top 5 list of the most frighting ways to die, but somehow, Zordini captures a disturbingly beautiful struggle to maintain life or in some cases, the beautiful ease of letting go.
(1983) She studied Graphic and Visual Arts, then a degree in Photography with two scholarships in 2009 to L.A.B.A. Accademy of fine art Brescia. She currently teaches Photography, she had been posted on International magazines (the most important of Zoom dated March 2009 and Zoom dated September 2009), she won the Telethon 2009 edition Award, in the Award Tau Visual she had been named as “Author Reported” and in 2011 she was selected to participate in the Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean.
She still exhibited in several group exhibitions and personal ones in Italy and abroad, and her works are part of important permanent collections. In her later works prevails an evolutionary principle that it almost touches the installation, her works lost the stillness of the photographic images to become sources of entertainment.