INNER LANDSCAPE

OIL ON LINEN CANVAS

Daniela Busarello develops her own language, the “Cosmography”, through gentle, poetic, erotic, feminine, visceral gests ...

The investigation of the light and shadow, the emptiness, the silence, waiting or lost.

It is an utopian-dreamlike landscape language peculiar to Daniela.
A language in which the in nitely great and the in nitely small clash and respond with an outrageously feminine sensuality.
Dialogues between the esh and the ethereal.
Imaginary naked bodies.

The representation-investigation of the intimate memory ...

The observation of micro- and macro-cosmos conencted. Imaginary vegetation from sailed seas and paradise lands. Imaginary cells and neurons of the physical body.
Imaginary stars, constellations, meteors from a faraway universe.

The vibration of the city as a giant organism. Spaces of freedom.

Daniela Busarello builds her contemporary language by a precse confrontation with reality :

self-portrait [visceral] ........................... pele [skin]

landscape [of self] ................................... ex votos

still [everyday] life ................. in situ.post scriptum 

 

INNER LANDSCAPE SERIES

dimensions : 80x100cm, 108x108cm, 150x150cm, 216x216cm
oil on linen canvas, natural and dry owers, hand-blown glass, cold wax

The painting is a way to explore the raw-delicate aspect of the subject and the textures of the matter, seeking to represent the visceral revolution of life experiences. And the intimate memory.

It starts with the introspection : intuition, meditation process, the connection with the self. The minutious act of creating billions of points to compose the nal work is part of the inner immersion [plunging into an amnioptical liquid again to reinvent the self]

The white is the most important presence. It’s an ethereal component, representing the whispers of creation, the connection between the different beings inside the work.

I mix the minimum of colors to make the most of it, to create my own in nite possibilities. The painting and the support are both important to the composition, to it’s breathing.

muses :
Anselm Kiefer, Louise Bourgeois, Francis Bacon, Max Ernst, Giorgio de Chirico, Monet, Botticelli, Rembrand, Fra Angelico.
Bjork, Arvo Part, Leonard Cohen, Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Morais,
Italo Calvino, Christophe Ono-dit-Biot... 

 

expositions : Galerie Antonine Catzeflis, paris (May 2018).

contact : db@danielapbusarello.com