Bianca Brisan

Biography

Bianca Brisan

Artwork

" I strongly believe that for a correct emotional attitude, we have to release ourselves from the mind domination through the correction of the wrong patterns of thinking "

Biography

Research

The research for Bianca Brisan is developed around the concept of tension and trauma, defined as forces that force the man into behaviors imposed from the outside, of whom is necessary, through the practice of painting, being free. The cycles of works punctually analyze this tension, in the first instance by choosing a livid painting, by the dark colors, where the faces seem to stretch and deform oneself, through the clots and spots of matter. The last phase of the research sees the artist to work on the concept of the womb, studying her positions in wet and enveloping tissues, and let emerging the shapes of hands, feet, body parts that seek a way out, changing the original image. A painful birth but possible, that becomes a metaphor of the soul and of the body liberated from the conventions, in the trauma of a new oneself reveal.

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Date
Born in 19.01.1992 Cluj-Napoca, Romania; 
Lives and work: in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Education
2014 - present - Masters degree, Painting Departement, University of Art and Design, Cluj Napoca, ROMANIA
2011-2014 Painting Department, University of Art and Design Cluj-Napoca, Romania
2013  Erasmus Scholarship, Universidad del Pais Vasco – Facultad de Bellas Artes, Bilbao, Spain  
2007-2011 High school in Art ”Romulus Ladea” din Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Group Exhibitions

2015 - Cluj Calling Project_Part 3, curated by Walter Bonomi and Ilaria Bignoti, Abbazia San Remigio,Parodi Ligure, Alessandria, Italy
2015 - Cluj Calling Project_Part 2, curated by I. Bignotti and W. Bonomi, Crema, Galleria ARTEATRO,Fondazione San Domenico, Italy ( catalog)
2015 - Cluj Calling Project_Part 1, curated by I. Bignotti and W. Bonomi, Cluj-Napoca, International Art Gallery Angels, Romania
2014 - Graduate Students of UAD University of Art and Design Exhibiton curated by Ioan Sbarciu, Expo Transilvania Pavilion, Cluj Napoca, Romania; 
2013 - Labo-III Facultad de Bellas Artes, UPV Universidad del Pais Vasco , curated by Inaki Billelabeitia and Asier Laspiur, Vitoria-Gasteiz / Spain.      

Artwork