Marina's paintings capture the physical, sensorial and visual experiences of sites,  both the interior and exterior structures, present in Rome and other cities. The dynamics and physicality of the images, as well as the  spatial, relational collision of elements, are informed by her extensive work in contemporary dance. The disruption to the scale and the sense of disturbance and movement in the work is a particular interest both in her painting and the other aspects of her work.

Working mainly in collections of four, this grouping effects a particular dynamic between and within the paintings.

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And again...four

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Don't stop, stop. Don't Stop.

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number 4 of Don't stop, stop. Don't stop is being completed 

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Flats, satellite dishes and thresholds

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The rehearsal

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Overlapped and Overlaid 

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Looking for the exit 

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Twin of things   

A samples of prints

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