S.Low 91 · Berlin · 2010
Fascinated with the “act of looking”, and the processs of observation; Cristina Ghetti’s works propose us questions about our visual reality. In her paintings, colour is treated as an “identity”. Her subject matter is restricted to a simple vocabulary of colours and abstract shapes. These forms are her starting point and from them she develops formal progressions, colour relationships and repetitive structures. The effect is to generate sensations of movement, light and space: visual experiences which also have a strong emotional and even visceral resonance.