Marzia & The SpaceShip Project

Marzia is a visual artist, vj, video editor and astrologer based in Lisbon. She creates art to uplift humanity, her work is inspired by nature and the Cosmos.

Marzia attended Drama, Art, and Music Studies -DAMS- at the University of Bologna. She studied at RESTART Institute of creativity and new technologies in Lisbon.Being part of the Droid-id creative collective in 2011 was a step that profoundly marked her career as a video editor and VJ. Remixing music and images became her creative expression. “Is there anything more uplifting than editing dreamy footage, awesome soundtracks, and inspiring conversations?”

Editing the Boom festival official documentaries since 2012 connected her to the psychedelic culture and the transformational experience it brings.

In 2013 Marzia embraced literally the Droid-id team quote "making movies throughout the Cosmos" and she started to study at the -Academy of traditional astrology- of Lisbon. Getting closer to permaculture added another layer to her work. In -The SpaceShip Project- she fuses a vision about a new human paradigm very close to nature and the cosmos. Humans are not humans anymore, in this realm they are Earth-keepers. “The SpaceShip Project” merges the art of Scanography with a dedicated approach to the study of the stars and nature.

The collages she creates are inspired by the sacred geometry of nature. Marzia acknowledged that “geometry is the language of the cosmos” and through her art, she wants to open a conversation using the most natural communication with an elegant and psychedelic style.

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