Claudia Quintieri was born in Rome. Gradueted at University La Sapienza in Rome in Lettere e Filosofia indirizzo Storia dell’arte contemporanea. She is an artist, a writer and a journalist. She published two books: “La voglia di urlare”, in 2012, and “E così la bambina è caduta”, in 2014. She works with the magazine “Inside Art” and “Art a part of cult(ure)”. Her artistic research is concentrated mainly on videoart. Her artistic path is characterised by the diversity of stylistic expressions. Every specific project request for the artist a different style, it depends by the concept she wants to express. Her began to work in 2001. The video realization is widely meditated, the work she produces are accompanied by a long and deep reflection that can lasting too one year. She uses various techniques that interact with the work in a manner consistent with the chosen message. Inside a varied conceptual line, the main topic on which she questioned is the identity. She wrote various critical texts for different artists.
Marikana Project is a video composed by 13 videos which follow, and, at the end, the 13 videos goes together. The music is of Claude Debussy. The theme focuses on racial identity. Two black race dancers, a man and a woman, interact through various parts of the body: faces, arms, hands, legs, feet; and are immersed in the fog. The color of their skin contrasts with the white of the fog that alludes at the white color of the skin of the western, for a reflection on the universality of the humanity, regardless of any races belongs. Furthermore the man and the woman, in their union, are the symbol of the Creation that unites all the living being on our Planet. The dance is sensual in the relationship between masculine and feminine. Wanting to subdivide the human body in various parts means representing the innumerable possibilities that the man has in the comunication with the others, that are different in the meetings between people.