Disenchanted Performance, Pacifica, CA, 2016

Disenchanted
Performance, Pacifica, CA, 2016

Being Natural and Feeling Small Performance, Florence Italy, 2008

Being Natural and Feeling Small
Performance, Florence Italy, 2008

Antithesis Performance with welded masks, Florence Italy Collaboration with Haakon Faste, 2003

Antithesis
Performance with welded masks, Florence Italy
Collaboration with Haakon Faste, 2003

Antithesis Performance with welded masks, Florence Italy Collaboration with Haakon Faste, 2003

Antithesis
Performance with welded masks, Florence Italy
Collaboration with Haakon Faste, 2003

Opposite Poles Performance, San Francisco, CA Collaboration with Haakon Faste, 2005

Opposite Poles
Performance, San Francisco, CA
Collaboration with Haakon Faste, 2005

Performances

"The performance element is fundamental in my work, allowing me to become a complete part of the art object. Being actively involved in the creative process of the video allows me to transfer my emotions and the images from my imagination to the viewer. My latest projects are a process through which to realize that biotechnology and genetics, nanotechnology and robotic, artificial intelligence and cognitive science have modified not only the environment but also the genetic inheritance of the individual and therefore humanity itself."

— From Rorandelli’s interview with Style Channel, Orler Factory, Italy 2014

 

"...in the exhibit 'Between Imagination and Future,' presented in Bologna between December 2009 and January 2010 at the Galleria Nove Colonne—and also in the previous performances of the artist, like the one in Brescia titled 'Reaching for the Sky,' or the one that includes welded masks and the one where the protagonist is the artist herself as a woman-cocoon-siren that hides herself in her own tail—all of these works reflect on the extent and pervasiveness of technology in our daily lives."

— From the essay by Elisabetta Bovo (translated from Italian)