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Sabrina Sensoli

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Sabrina Sensoli

The bookshop of our lives” is how Sabrina Sensoli describes her works.

Visual artist from Rome,  born in ’94, she began her studies by graduating in History of Costume (Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, Sapienza University of Rome), then specializing in the creation and decoration on fabric (Koefia Haute Couture Academy, Rome). This love for literature combined with the charm of different materials emerges and is evident through her current artistic research on the word and the story, reinterpreting the concept of the book. Sabrina breaks down old novels, shapes them, giving them a new form. She intervenes with fire, fabrics and color, ending with the insertion of an incisive text or phrase, short but intense words, to launch emotional messages inviting us to cherish the small moments of life. The intent is to give value to our stories, to pain and to the various phases that each of us lives and faces. These books are our inner library, full of light but also worn and a little wrinkled, they speak to us and tell us who we are, with the aim of giving value to what has been to leave room for what will be. The artistic project stems from the revelation of a deep connection between creative expression and the intimate and touching emotional journey, starting with the pain of separation from a love story. The artist uses the gesture of disassembling a paper book as a kind of cathartic ritual, a physical act that translates into a moment of emotional lightness. This symbolic gesture becomes a means of facing and enduring pain, transforming the very act of disassembling and gluing pages into a liberating experience. The emotional phrases on the pages of the book serve as a vehicle to express the inner turmoil related to separation. Every word, every sentence becomes a testimony of the intense feelings experienced during the process of detachment. The desire to give value to past stories, to retrace lost moments, attributing value to one’s experiences and recognizing pain as an integral part of one’s journey. The artist faces grief not only as a challenge to overcome, but as a fundamental part of his personal story. Not by pushing away the pain, but by keeping it as a lived experience to make room for a new chapter. The simplicity in the choice of material, which took place in a moment of spontaneous destruction and recompositing of a book found one evening at home, adds an element of authenticity and spontaneity to the work, creating a deeper bond between the artist and the work itself. Overall, this project presents itself as a journey of self-reflection and transformation, highlighting the power of art in giving shape and meaning to human and complex experience.

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