Eilat, Israel based artist Yell Saccani combines digital manipulation with traditional photography. Capturing her motifs mostly in movement. Her painting like finished projects merge distortion with softness, resulting in amazing images that vary in emotions.
“I work when I feel I want to say something. I try using as much emotion as possible and if I don’t I can’t work otherwise people who see my work won’t feel those same emotions”. - Yell Saccani
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Photographer Mattia Mognetti - “Since 2010 I began to ride my congenital attraction for architectures: their huge volumes and gigantism, their shapes and textures… Fascinated by perspectives I was taking photographs without fully understanding what my attention was attracted by, what I tried to represent with a shot and his post-production. Photography as an opportunity to take a fragment of reality and make it a meaning, butalso, conversely, as an expedient to let a significance take possession of reality to bring out himself. The contrast between these two visions became the source of my own reflections. Slowly I realized that psychology was an integral part of my creative experience. That I wasn’t trying to represent architectures, but to use a photograph as way to strike and confuse my perceptive system. So I started producing the first works that were later structured in“Istigkeit”. ….
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