Italian born, Amy moved to London in 1998 and graduated from Central Saint Martins College in 2005. Her work is mainly autobiographical but also holds a socio-political dynamic. Making the personal public her work originates from the female body, concepts of everyday life, loss of identity, the importance of memories and the abstraction of longing are central to her practice. Domesticity as a ‘visual language’ where maternal subjectivity is explored via different media such us drawings, photography, video installation and performance.
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