Margherita Spiluttini’s architectural photography derives from a specific way of viewing. In her comprehensive oeuvre, we find a method of thinking and seeing that links architecture, space, landscape, and vision to the photographic image. In this sense, Spiluttini proves to be a sensitive chronicler of the gears of time, and (as the artist herself notes) she in turn operates—all the while keeping in mind a “radical acknowledgement of found material” (Spiluttini)—in the spirit of Peter and Alison Smithson, who as architects argued against the renewal of old structures.
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