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Christina Tedesco




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How the human body moves

Media: Drawing, Painting, Printmaking

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Mad Oyster Studios
2 Bradley Street G5

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My work deals with the contrast between balance and imbalance, control
and the lack there of. Specifically, I explore the movement of the human body through space and time. My interest in the nature of the human
form comes from living with cerebral palsy a physical disability.
Over the years I have developed two figures that have allowed me to
show how I see my body. The two figures often look like an adult helping a child or two friends. One figure acts as my cerebral palsy, the
other figure as my personality. The figures can stand alone or become one.
My body of work tells a story, with many small moments making up a larger whole. All my paintings, drawings, and illustrations are pieces of
this story.