My name is Alexandra Cristina Feusi,I am female, 27 years old, 1.77m tall, I've got red hair, slightly curled, rather long, dark brown eyes, pale skin, yellowish, freckles over the nose and over the cheeks.
I'm an art student, living in Vienna studying at the academy of fine arts.My mother is from Warsaw, my father from the Swiss canton Schwyz, and I entered the world in Zurich. I laugh a lot, I cry a lot.
I sometimes feel alone, but I'm not. I like to live, and I love to love, I discover little things, nobody else sees.I often make jokes that only I find funny.
"To create art is pretty much the only thing of which I never get tired of.
Generally, I have a hard time concentrating on just one thing, I allow anything to distract me, except in art.
I am really addicted to it; I would even argue that for me it feels as important to my survival as eating or sleeping.
There is nothing I would rather do".
But now to my relationship with art.In art almost everything is possible, you have the freedom to create scenes that fit through your head and to experience fantasies that are otherwise hidden from us.
You can continue to speak with pictures if you have reached your limits with words. For me, creating art is a way of thinking with my hands. I do not close my eyes to reality, but in this way I have the privilege of observing, processing and addressing everything from a comfortable distance.
With my art, I comment on society, culture, everyday life, which, along with oddities and strange situations, serve as my main sources of inspiration.Everything I see, hear, feel and perceive flows together in my work and mixes into a chaos from which ideas sprout.
I try them out, research other options, collect and sort them until the chaos in my eyes makes sense and everything is in its place.Alexandra Feusi is a very diverse artist, studying art at the Academy for Fine Arts in Vienna.
At first sight her artworks differ a lot from one series to another, she tells us that she is an emotional and moody person, but also very empathetic, nobody has to suffer from her mood swings, but you can definitely recognize the effect her moods have in her art and you can also recognize her distinct style throughout.