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Bis Spaeter Alligator – Dear Johnie

November 28 1014
Emma Danger Bertoldi is a storyteller.

Plucking scenarios from her life she tells a very personal tale of surrendering into the unknown. She has created a synoptic collage of works highly influenced by classic comic illustration, typography, street art and tattoo culture.

Hidden behind the facades of symbolism is an exposed protagonist, evoking the viewer to reflex and ask, how am I not myself?

Not only is this an exhibition of her works that spans over two and a half years but also a toast to the next chapter and the people that have played a part.

behance.net/dearjohnie

Photos by Jonny Whitlam

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One Comment

  1. Bette wrote:

    Sonja! I’m so pleased you enjoyed this piece and commented. Thank you so much. It’s especially nice to hear from old classmates and if I remember correctly, you were in one of my earliest classes. Fifth grade, Saint An7n&821#;s on Swatara Street? Sister Agatha? My word — good times!

    Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 10:38 am | Permalink

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