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LUCIENE KUMM

Luciene is from Florianópolis/SC and worked for many years in other activities before dedicating herself exclusively to photography.

In the photography, her head is not limited by dyslexia, it shows her emotions. The image is her light and free essence.

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2020
INVERTED

This series of photographs captures images reflected in pools of water. As the images are inverted, the association with the mirroring of letters and words, a common feature of people with dyslexia, is automatic.

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Luisa Venturelli

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PHOTOGRAPHY

2021
BUBBLES

New visions are generated by the ways in which the visual artist Lucienne Kumm deals with what can be called by most people as reality. There's a game of lights and transparencies that remind the capacity of the soap bubbles to make us see the world in another way. If her images instigate and challenge, proposing questions and possibilities of interpretation, dyslexia has a different effect on the creator. Your works demand new focuses and sight by who does it and who sees it. The images that suggest this new process are characterized by the expressive freedom and by the stimulation of diverse ways of looking that aren't answers, but questions. The answers, when they come, in consequence, aren't simple and stereotypes, but complexe and full of meaning. 

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Oscar D'Ambrosio

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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2022
DANCE OF LIGHTS

The work entitled "Dança das Luzes" presents two essential elements. The first being the idea of movement, because the images precisely present concreteness in space, which suggests a permanent dynamic. Besides that, the element of light is fundamental not only because it is about Photographyy, but mainly, because it's about facing a reunion of images that stimulate a reflection about the greatness and calmness of the universe.

That way, the attentive observation of each plastic construction presented, constitutes a way of dialoguing with the potentialities of the cosmos.

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Oscar D'Ambrosio

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PHOTOGRAPHY

LUCIENE
by herself

I don't plan a photo. I go out wanting to shoot and let things flow. Other artists “make” the photo in their head and then click it.

My photos happen with my head empty.

That's why I say that, when I'm photographing, I feel dyslexia far away from me.

Because it's the time when I don't need to watch myself, look at myself, check myself, check. It's a moment I don't need to think about, I just let it happen.

It is in this freedom that the photo takes place. I identified myself with the photo precisely for that reason.

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