Federica Mambrini (1994, Mantova) graduated in architecture (2019) and attended the Master in Photography at IUAV Venezia (2021). Her visual research revolves around attempts to investigate and sabotate balances, weights and tensions through an interdisciplinary approach. She comes from an architectural background and is intrested in everything that is built, to be built or deconstructed. In September 2021 she exhibited at Diecixdieci festival in Gonzaga, in May 2022 she exhibited in Fosdinovo (MC) during the workshops of Lunigiana Land Art. In September she took part of Falia* art residency in Val Camonica and in the second half of 2022 her first research project, Come costruire un castello di carte, will be published by Giostre Edizioni, Italy.



“L’opera esce dal blocco pezzo a pezzo (sottrazione). [...] L’opera come attività umana è, tanto in senso produttivo quanto ricettivo: movimento. In senso produttivo essa dipende dai limiti manuali del creatore [...] In senso ricettivo essa dipende dai limiti dell’occhio che percepisce.”

da P.Klee, Quaderno di schizzi pedagogici