Among Aleksandra Lajtenberger fl:hours

In her last exhibition, fl:hours, Aleksandra Lajtenberger pours his vision of the world.
Her project celebrates the beauty,  representing the union of time and nature.
In her thaught the beauty of natural time, in the revival of being, can be the solution to the contemporary crisis about having. Fl:hours is composed by a charming multimedia garden, where flowers photographed by Lajtenberger find their expression in animation, variations and unique interpretations, as the new series 'florologi'. The artist combines the most measured dimension in human history, the time, with that one perhaps less measurable: the beauty of nature in all its possible forms. A beauty which is both aesthetic and ethical, the same mentioned by Kant in his Critique of Judgment, calling it "a symbol of moral good".According to the German philosopher, in fact, just the beauty of nature which lets understand to the human being the existence of a supreme "artist", follows through the beauty its purpose: the "triumph of good."

Aleksandra Lajtenberger was born in 1970 in Pancevo, near  the nineties she enters the world of fashion where she worked with brands such as Gianfranco Ferré, Strenesse, Rifat Ozbek, Madina, which allowed her to make significant experience in the United States, Europe and Asia. In the meantime, she followed portrait and photography courses at the Photo Workshop in Milan and she deepened her expertises with the invaluable advices of the photographer Giac Casale.She produced photo shoots for magazines and advertising campaigns, getting passionate ever more to the technique of portrait.

From 16 to 30 November at the Triennale of Milan

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