For this series of ink drawing on Yupo paper, I have developed an abstract
visual language of forms and marks that references the virtual world including our relationship
with the internet, interconnectedness and social media.
In the simplest terms, I am a mark-maker. This making of marks, lines, scratches, letters and strokes is central to my work and leads, only incidentally, to an area that is about light, tone and texture.
My work is an investigation of the codes and constructs of place, transit, and home. I engage with
found sources, and the elements of language, meaning, and context to reinterpret the pre-existing
notions of dwelling
My sculptural installations are architecturally as well as personally informed. Employing a
vocabulary shaped by minimalism and conceptual art, and using simple geometric forms and
Run a non-profit that funds grassroots organizations that use Art Therapy programs for some of the most disadvantaged youth in the tri-state area.
Photography has been part of my being since that first moment I picked up my Pentax at 13
Victoria Manganiello creates paintings and installations by spinning, dying and weaving her own
canvases to explore the curious intersections between synthetic and natural processes as well as
history, technology, and identity.