BE was born in Rome, Italy, on September 30, 1987.
Since she was a child, she liked to draw and give shape to her fantasies with her pencil. While at school, her instinct slowly led her to pursue her passion for art and, at 19, she started to tackle social and political issues with her drawings. Her imaginative and provocative nature led her to enroll at the Faculty of Architecture in the historic headquarters of Valle Giulia in Rome. Her artistic side and natural inclination to protect the beauty of arts drove her to the master degree in Architecture and Restoration. In 2014, she started working as an architect. While she continues to pursue her artistic projects, never laying down her pencil.
What is a post-it note?
A memo, a way to leave a message, a way to remember important things.
Like a post-it note, every drawing tells the reader to: stop and think.
With a quick sketch, drawing only what’s necessary, it gives shape and stimulates reflections.
Post-it notes only need moments: the moment the artist creates it without fixing it later, the moment it takes the viewer to enjoy it, the moment of reflection. Post-it notes are concise and sharp, sometimes bitter, some other times full of hope, or ironic, many other times full of sarcasm. In a post-it note there are no filters. There is something personal and something about social issues. It’s the beauty of art at the service of both reality and fantasy.