Working with film, ed installation and creative writing, unhealthy Nadia Perrotta engages with communities to create collective works of art. By applying a poetic and often metaphorical language, she absorbs the traditional topics of art and memory into daily practice as an act of meditation. Exploring both the intrusion of man in nature and the power residing in nature itself, her work questions where the limits of our intrusion should end.
Nadia’s work examines the link between the landscape’s reality and the people who are embedded and absorbed in it. Inspired by the theory of a possible universal memory retained by water, her work investigates the dynamics of landscape and the versatility of natural forces.