Signed by the artist and numbered
Printed on 200gsm coated matte
Print comes not framed and packaged in a tube.
Size: 297 x 420mm
150kms away from the site of the 24/8 earthquake, the Temple of Saturn stands tall in Rome; at least what remains of it. The surviving ruins of the ancient temple stand on a pediment of travertine blocks, composed of recycled remnants of earlier temples. The inscription above reads The Senate and People of Rome, restored following destruction by fire. In this work, the remaining ruins form a repetitive grid and the pillars are reinforced by mirror images of themselves standing in solidarity.
Alexandra Pace is an artist and curator. She works predominately with photography and film, although her constantly evolving practice advocates a multidisciplinary and collaborative methodology. Her work is fuelled by constant research, curiosity and the inability to sit still.
Educated at Central Saint Martins University of the Arts London, Alexandra has also formed part of the Department of Digital Arts at the University of Malta where she has taught photography, as well as multidisciplinary studio practice. Alexandra’s work forms part of various private and public collections, including the permanent collection of the University of Arts London and the Museum of Fine Arts in Malta.
In 2013, Alexandra founded Blitz (thisisblitz.com), a non-profit contemporary art space in Valletta (Malta), her largest project to date. She currently holds the position of Director and Curator.