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Conversations with Divinity, an international online digital art solo exhibition by Jessica Braccio, opens on May 18, 2023, and will continue through June 18, 2023.
Jessica Braccio is influenced by her autism. Being on the spectrum helps her create and after many years see the work as her ally and not a limitation. Art allows Jessica to communicate the beauty and joy that she sees and feels, but can't always fully convey in words. Through autism, she interprets the world as brilliant, bold color and shapes, almost like a kaleidoscope and helps her to find meaning and translate her joy. In her new exhibition each piece of art acts as a holographic projection, which allows those who are willing and choose to, to accept and learn the codes that were created. The purpose of this is to help reawaken humanity's light, and as such, bring light and beauty back to this world.
Visit this unique exhibition and walk into Jessica's world at https://www.exhibizone.com/conversations-with-divinity-exhibition
Jessica Patrice Braccio received her PhD. In Humanities in Aesthetics Studies from The University of Texas at Dallas. She is trained as a digital artist and primarily works in Photoshop. Her work relies on layering and editing various sacred geometric images, color layers, glitches etc., some of which she finds on the internet, while other images she creates herself. Every layer she uses is carefully changed so that the resulting image is blended into an entirely different, new image. In a sense, the process of adding layers and synthesizing new ones mimics the idea of destruction giving way to creation.
She has recently completed published interviews with Art Fluent and Al-Tiba9. Some of her artwork from the "Neurodivergent" Series are currently being shown online at Courage Kenny. she has an upcoming online solo show, "Conversations" with Divinity," opening May18th. Jessica was also invited to show at a physical group exhibition through Open door curation for "Scene Unseen," opening May 27th.