The thesis of Arianna Sacripanti, extremely talented student of the Graphic Design course, as well as professional illustrator, consists of an extremely serious and interesting project concerning female sexual dysfunction in the contemporary society.
Through a remarkable graphic design and a wide use of information graphics, Arianna reconstructs the contours of this widespread social problem, proposing solutions in the form of various ethical-social graphic communication.
The project, in addition to social awareness tables, sees the creation of a proposal for an animated short film, to be developed possibly into an animated series. This short film is participating in a series of national and international animation competitions, in order also to find possible sponsors interested in the entire production.
Arianna Sacripanti’s works are visible on: http://www.ariannasacripanti.it
Thesis: Arianna Sacripanti
Relatore / supervisor: prof. Christian Ghisellini
Correlatore / co-supervisor: prof. Danilo Danisi
Here is an extract of Arianna’s introduction:
The first edition of pussyflora offers a review of animated short films, with related events, on the themes of female sexuality with particular interest in DSF – Female sexual dysfunctions.
With the promotion of the event we want to promote the dissemination of useful information to women suffering from DSF, to those who are unaware of its causes or simply to those who feel they have a discomfort with their sexuality; but above all to the younger ones to limit the creation of taboos and psychosocial and cultural blocks in reference to the sexual sphere.
The project starts from a finding found in an Italian study conducted in 2003 on female sexual dysfunctions:
[i] C. Simonelli, R. Rossi, R. Forleo. Female sexual dysfunctions
“DESPITE THE PRESENCE OF ORGANIC DISORDERS, THE PSYCHOSOCIAL, EMOTIONAL AND / 0 RELATIONAL FACTORS ARE MUCH MORE OFTEN DETERMINING THE ONSET AND / OR THE MAINTENANCE OF A SEXUAL DISORDER IN WOMEN”
The gallery below shows the summary slides projected by Arianna during the discussion of the thesis.