Italian artist Valentina Murabito (*1981 Giarre/Italy) is known for her unusual approach to analog photography. She exposes wood, steel, concrete and entire walls. "For me, photography is first and foremost a light drawing, where I guide the pen. Here I refer to the beginnings of photography, the origin of the medium, which was primarily a manual printing process of which the result existed physically. The craft part is important to me, which makes each of my works unique," the artist describes her creative process itself. Valentina Murabito studied graphic arts at the Academy of Fine Arts of Catania/Italy from 2004 to 2009 and, thanks to two scholarships, went to Budapest to the Moholy- Nagy University of Art and Design, where she had access to photo lab and materials day and night. During this time she began to experiment with analog photography without limits. This process continues to this day.