June 17, 2024


It Could Be Art

Mater by Melissa Giowanella

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Melissa Giowanella

is a brazilian actress, photographer, producer, video clip maker, educator, and researcher in theater and pictures. As a visual artist, she delivers to her perform the regularity and drama of the theater. Her aim is to examine and acquire the self-portrait as a significant and questioning device. She now dedicates herself to Wonderful Artwork images as a implies of artistic expression, often trying to get a essential reflection on social concerns. In 2022, she began learning and undertaking imaginative experimentations with new ways, beginning a generation on Hybrid Images.


“My roots are in theater, and the desire to inform stories built me an artist. And as an artist, just one of the instruments I use is pictures. Using images as a type of private expression, it was in inventive and present-day photography that I identified a fertile ecosystem so which I could overflow all my queries. As a legacy of my skills in the theater, my images have accentuated staging, with terrific visual and conceptual drama. My work has a baroque visual component with a moody atmosphere. I use dim art as a visual approach to categorical myself. My great inspirations and references are Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Zdzisław Beksiński, Brooke Shaden, Olivier de Sagazan and Gottfried Helnwein. I acceptable the self-portrait to establish my narratives. I use equally manipulated electronic pictures and hybrid images to be in a position to convey my issues. My key motivations are questioning and criticism. My work does not search for a pleasant spot. It seeks distress. From identification of what disturbs me, my images carry it out and create reflections. My most important thoughts are connected to my identification as a lady inside of an oppressive modern society. I request to discuss almost everything that assaults us, is imposed on us, and is uncomfortable. We are not only moved by the attractiveness, but the unpleasant and the grotesque also encourage us. People are built of gentle and shadow. Chatting about ache is just as essential as conversing about pleasure. It can be upsetting and uncomfortable, but it truly is liberating. I am at this time doing the job with Fantastic Art, on the lookout for one of a kind pictures that converse to distinct themes and with the construction of broader and deeper initiatives that will socially relate to my environment.”