Class 1992, Priscilla Pallante is a photographer and a visual artist living and working in Rome. She had her Bachelor’s degree with honors in Photography at the European Institute of Design in Rome (2016).
With her graduation project she started a research about the relationship between photography and new technologies, in order to find new strategies to represent what cannot be represented. She uses the paradoxes of photography to produce illusion of reality: she works with photography in a documentary way, but what she documents it’s not visible in the physical world. Her curiosity brought her to investigate the relation between photography and other disciplines and to mix it with other media. She’s interested in the progress and she try to use it to bring photography beyond the photograph itself. Her research focuses on the visualization of a process, it follows an idea that becomes object - through the 3D printing - to come into contact with the photographic medium. An idea that loses its three-dimensionality to fall again in a virtual dimension through the photographic object, in a circular process in which photography interacts with new technologies in order to transform a trick in a truth.
2019. Athens photo festival, shortlisted ("Augmented Rome")
2018. Emerging Talents, winner (screening)/with "Augmented Rome"
2018. Premio Marco Bastianelli: mention, self published/artist books with the dummy "Plastica vol.II, Spectrum"
2017. Latent call, shortlisted
2017. Fotoleggendo, special mention
2016. Kunio Yatomi scolarship, IPC, winner
2016. Feta award, Federation of European photographers, winner
2019. "Augmented Rome", part 2/2, solo show curated by Niccolò Fano, Curva Pura, Rome.
2019. "Augmented Rome", part 1/2, solo show curated by Niccolò Fano, Spazio Y, Rome.
2019. "Diversioni", group show curated by Davide Silvioli, Centro Luigi Di Sarro, Rome. Mariani, Pallante, Vicidomini, Zabo. Unpublished work: "Ciucciuì".
2019. Emerging talent, screening/ "Augmented Rome" at Mattatoio, Rome.
2018. Solo show, "Plastica vol.II, Spectrum", Curva Pura gallery, Rome, from 8th March to 6th April.