Today we are meeting Eva Reguzzoni and visiting her studio virtually as we do every week with the artists on our platform. Reguzzoni started her artistic career back in 2009 when she wanted to investigate the topic of the introspective research navigating through drawing, embroidery and pottery. Throughout the years she exhibited her works in museums, galleries and public spaces.
My studio is the space where I ferment my ideas and thoughts, a crucial place in which I am able to create, produce and archive.
What were your first steps in becoming an artist?
Everything started from listening to my body and being a sensible human being. This all led to me starting my artistic career.
How do you define yourself within the creative industry?
I am an artist and I try to work within this difficult sector... discipline in visual arts is fascinating and constantly feeds my self-awarness.
...discipline in visual arts is fascinating and constantly feeds my self-awarness.
Who are your favorite artists and how do they inspired your creative imaginery?
I was always fascinated by the silent but emotional charge of Francis Bacon. His paitings heavily loaded with turmoil and transformations are of great inspiration for me.
Now that the pandemic is almost over, what are your future plans for your career?
Cheering and reload my emotional charge that I need to keep on working.
What kind of relationship do you have with social media and how do you use them?
Social media help me but I do not have a strong connection, I like to use them as a medium to spread my work and my research.