Since 2006, Samy Sfoggia is an undergraduate Photography student. She shoots with film cameras and her negatives are scanned and digitally altered: assemblages; color inversion; drawings on the tablet. After that, the images are printed and then Samy draws on paper with a knife and oil paint. The images are scanned again and reprinted. On Samy’s creative process, photography is used as work material, but her artwork is not limited to this medium. She tries to represent the subconscious mind by creating fantastic imagery and by juxtaposing elements that seem to contradict each other.