Diana Debord, born in orwellian 1984, is a photographer and visual artist currently living in Italy. Many people describe her photography and self-portraiture as a labyrinth of Alice in Wonderland, Amélie, Pre Raphaelites and Edgar Allan Poe, for its decadent romanticism and dreamlike atmosphere.
“I want my colours to be a rebellion towards the greyness and alienation of modern life. My aim is to capture the magic in everyday life, giving reality a dreamlike touch.”
A dreamlike and nightmarish reality, an obscure and oniric vision, which provides images of dreaming and fantasizing women.
In October 2009 her first solo exhibition “Ophelia’s dream”, an hommage to the famous Shakespeare’s character in shape of self-portraits. She’s currently working on her first photography book.