Born in Bari (Italy), Lidia Fusaro lives in Paris since 2014. With a previous formation in psychologie (Gestalt Counselling), she is now following a Master 2 of research in plastic Art and contemporary creation at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Her research enquires the archives and intimate memories taking account of the time question; a continuous construction and a reconstruction of the elements animate the work and explore the different manners of perceiving it and represent it.
This subjective time lives in places inhabited by memories and ties itself with the elements that compose it, being part of an intimate dimension. Retracing and rebuilding the path of past journeys, inhabited places, a memory that continuously reconstitutes itself is interrogated and takes a new form. The collage prevails in her practice using different kinds of supports, formats and techniques.
In 2020 Lidia Fusaro has participated in the first exhibition by Monteoliveto Gallery and curated by MG Paris dedicated to Witches, entitled Sorcièr.e.s at the Yellow Cube Gallery in Paris. Daughters or sons of the devil, heretics, evil spirits, some examples of the names we have been able to give to Witches and Wizards throughout history but who were these almost mythical characters really? They have been symbols of Evil, of sin, of danger, but they are also associated with communion with Nature, with healing, with Anti-conformism and more recently with Feminism. These figures were therefore naturally an important source of inspiration for Art and they still are today.
Lidia Fusaro was part of this exhibition presenting the work of contemporary artists who focus on all aspects, descriptions, reappropriations of this “bewitched” world to give us their vision.