The series of works by Donatella Spaziani entitled Disegno feature drawings and collages in which the artist mixes the silhouette of her body with certain animals and plant creatures. The use of lile foxes or ermines — animals usually used for their fur coats — are a motif used in Spaziani in some of her sculptures. Drawing on Planimetry — the medicinal discipline of measuring and describing planes and depths for biological purposes — utilises backgrounds that are mixed with wallpapers and are copies of original planimetric diagrams. Spaziani draws on such images as they are connected to parliaments, prisons and mental hospitals — each of which are architectures linked to power. The later developments of Spaziani’s work in this series sees her use drawings and collages of wallpapers, which transformed her work from a support that contained her body silhouette to a tangible part of the artwork — composing and conflating anthropomorphic and mysterious shapes.
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