Federica Di Pietrantonio federicadipiet was born in 1996 in Rome, where she currently lives and works. She studied Painting at RUFA – Rome University of Fine Arts graduating in 2019, and carried out her thesis research spending free time at KASK (Ghent, Belgium), where she developed the Vacation Spot project. In 2017 he was selected for Mediterranea 18 Young Artists Biennale and the following became part of Spazio In Situ, where she works as an artist and web designer. She has exhibited in several spaces including Las Palmas (Lisbon), Gouvernement (Ghent), Una Vetrina (Rome) and The Gallery Apart (Rome). From 2018 the collaboration with Andrea Frosolini gives life to ISIT.magazine (Contemporary Art Magazine), Webby Agency (Web Agency focused on design and development of web services for artists and art professionals) and the artistic couple AFFDP. In 2020 began to work with The Gallery Apart and she has been nominated as best young emergent artist by Artribune. Her research focuses on relationships and processes that develop from simulated or virtual realities and social platforms.
Spending free time
Spending free time is a collection of notes, memos, thoughts, reflections, observations, doubts, enthusiasms, ideas, disappointments and questions. The result of my last three years of studies. Trying not to take anything for granted, I constantlywondered what world we live in, what the role of an artist can be today and what shape or form the spaces for contemporary art have or can have. I had the opportunity to interact with the art scene of the city of Rome. Occasionally I was able to have a look at what is happening in the North of Italy. Recently I was so lucky as to be able to stay in Ghent, Belgium.
Virtual reality and the digital world are the platform around which my research revolves.