The Great Pause needs to lead to The Great Realisation

Without a drastic global change in the next 10 years, our achievements will become futile if we can no longer sustain the most basic of our human needs. I believe one of the ways to enter the new conceptual age, in which we live more symbiotically with the natural world, is to return to the mythopoetry of the past; the ancient stories and practices in which we were merely a speck in a cosmos we did not attempt to control.

 Currently creating a series of 'Blueprints for the future' in cyanotypes as well as smaller sculptures in pollution absorbing Noxtek, I bring together my background as physicist, artist, public speaker and innovator, to address diminishing air quality and biodiversity in an increasingly technological, Anthropogenic world. 



Installation of 'Breathe' a sculpture in Noxtek in Euston above the Camden People's Theatre

Artist, woman, scientist at the V&A as part of the polymath festival

Exhibition with Sustainability First, London

Winners of the DEFRA ' Bees Needs Award' for the gardens at The Horniman Museum with my NOX absorbing sculpture 'Flower Girl' 

“Pradissitto offers up a fractured visual plane upon which pictorial traditions and art theory meet with Quantum theory and scientific methods. She welcomes us to the Quantum Age with an astoundingly proficient artistry that leaves one embodied, empowered and present in a world that will oft leave us unanchored and lost. Where subject meets light meets object, so too does Art meet Science.”


Richard Hore-Curator