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About

Creative Director, Photographer, Videographer, Multimedia Artist.
Cosmopolitan, nightlife, restless: Her heart beats at least at 180 B.P.M.
She loves experimenting within diverse media languages, avoiding any limits in her creation, until her brain and her heart stops beating.
 With her personal and provocative style, she crossed the bounderies of the still image, to move into hybrid territories of audio-visual contamination: between performance, dance, documentary, 3D generative experiment, sound and many others art forms. Collaborates and publishes as a photographer for various magazines, newspapers and art books.
 Rome, Berlin and Barcelona are the cities where where she realized various creations and more than a hundred exhibitions amongst photography, video art, performances and other art events.

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Photography has been the first language experienced by this multifaced artist, who found in a Body Art her own roots. Her degree disertation in Anthropology, “MASTER OF PAIN” , is focused in the rituals of flogging in a religion, compared to the performance in Body Art.

Her interest for the ritual and  the Body as Media, led her to participate in various performance projects, experimenting solely or within groups , and putting her hands on It , with her own body.

The aesthetics of Tea abounds in disturbing and corrosive pictures: In Spiegel, performance of dance and pain (with Neus Suñé), as in the minimal geometric games, her audiovisual collection project , “Back to Basics”, a collaborative production by 8 sound producers between Berlin, Rome and Barcelona.

All the footage she uses for her Vj performances is shot by her self.
No stock video is used. She gives visuals a whole new dimension with an unique style. Selected for Festival MIRA 2014, she participated to differents and several festivals .

Her works of video art usually treat facts related to gender, sexuality and the human body, with syncopated and hypnotic rhythm, alternating colors, speed and sound.

She’s collaborating with Ob-art productions co-producer of her video art work and international labels distributor.

EX-Bass player,  in 2015  she started to produce under the name of : KOMMEN, in the same time a new evolution of her A/V Performances.

Issues

IMIRAGE MAGAZINE – NAKID MAGAZINE – URBAN MAGAZINE – STEAMPUNK ART MAGAZINE – AGOPORNIS ( magazine ) – FAAAN ( magazine ) – XL REPUBBLICA – BLUE ED.CONIGLIO ( magazine ) – MARIE CLARIE ( magazine ) – FRATTURA SCOMPOSTA ( art magazine ) – DONNA MODERNA ( magazine ) – PROVE APERTE ( magazine ) – COMMEDIA IN ZERO de Riccardo Mannelli (art book) – MESSAGGERO ( newspaper ) – MOM ( magazine ) – CRACK JUGGLING ( magazine ) – RIZOMA ( magazine ) – NUMB ( magazine ) – L’ISOLA ( magazine ) – GIOIA ( magazine ) – HIC SUNT LEONES (art book) – CORRIERE DELLA SERA ( newspaper ) – OFF ( magazine ) – RELEVANT ( magazine ) – CENTRAL ( magazine ) – PROGETTO 9 ( magazine )

Performer

Tea Guarascio and her body tell us of her migrations and crossings.
From the deep south of Italy to Barcelona, Rome and Berlin.
The interest for the ritual and the body as the media language carried Tea to take a part in various performance projects, experimenting alone or with groups and putting on first-person, with her body.

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Concept: Tea Guarascio
Sculpture: Vito Albanese & Tea Guarascio
Performer: Tea Guarascio
Photography: Alessandra Buonaventura

MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART ” La Sapienza”
Rome 2001
TACHELES art center ( artist residency )
Berlin 2002

BREAKING NEWS
BREAKING NEWS
Script & Direction: Eduardo Robles
Photography: Miquel Arnal
Performer & Editor video: Tea Guarascio
Production: OB-Art
Ofiura – Rome [ Italy ]
Performers: Vito Albanese & Tea Guarascio
Photos: Diana Arbid
Rome 2001