The ruins Park Cultural Center, in Santa Teresa, receives 26 sculptures of the artist inspired by the solar system. Works were made from techniques that cause chemical reactions and uses unusual materials such as ground coffee
Andx position on the solar system marks the debut of artist Renata Adler in Rio de Janeiro. The debut of the carioca will be the day 02 September, Saturday, in shows on Gallery of the Municipal Cultural Center Park of Ruins, where features 26 works the exhibition "The path of the planets”. The work proposes a dialogue between the Earth and the planets, makes use of techniques that cause chemical reactions in matter, uses led lights, glass and several unusual elements. In preview, 11 unique works of the artist can be visited in the gardens and at the restaurant of the Hotel Santa Teresa Rio MGallery by Sofitel.
Renata's work refers to a famous phrase of the French philosopher and chemist Lavoisier: “Nothing is lost, everything is transformed ", to remind you that one of the most important chemical research was to determine the nature of the phenomenon of rapid oxidation or combustion. “What interests me is precisely the energy of the reaction of substances. In my sculptures in iron or other materials try to cause the State of matter and their contributions to the chemical revolution – sometimes experimental techniques and epistemological. Without hesitation I often use unusual elements, as for example, the coffee, that so add another sensory dimension ", explains Adler.
Renata Adler is a journalist by training and served in the field printed on large vehicles for more than 10 years, as, He got his Bachelor's degree in Arts from the University in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, and also in Visual Arts from the school of Visual Arts of Parque Lage, taking as mentor professor João Carlos Goldberg.
The carioca flirts with the art world since childhood. Always loved painting, photograph, including revealing herself photos, but it turned out to be attracted to sculpture. And your fascination with solar system was what made the exhibition "The path of the planets ".
“The word cosmos comes from the Latin ' cosmos ' (world) and that your time comes from the ancient Greek ' kósmon ' (order, ordained). And by extension means order of the universe. The planets, the galaxies, and the stars of my works, do not speak only of all that exists. Try to propose a philosophy that evokes a universe as a well organized system. In an age in which new generations are bowed with eyes glued on the screens, I would like to invite them to raise your head and look at a sky that many of us overlook the existence ", explains.
Renata usually work on forms that were previously designed and over which adds colors, observing your purpose and your interaction on your own Alchemy. According to the art critic Marc Pottier, He became interested in the work of the artist after a visit to your workshop, the shapes and colors in your work are not the result of simple arbitrary ideas associations, but an inner experience in which the abstract paintings refer to the senses. "If" Interlaced "World she chose not to act in the materials used, leaving the turn without any interference, have we "Planets", on the contrary, paints on delicate colored landscapes they will evolve over time. There is the will to speak of ' impressions ' even if their works are not Impressionism in the sense of the word. This is because, In addition to this dialogue between the matter and the painting, She loves also the light. She is present in the "Planets" via leds discreetly placed behind the boards worked ", comments.
|Exhibitions "the path of the planets"|
|General Coordination: Katia d Avillez|
|Opening: 02 September, the 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm|
|Local: Gallery of the Municipal Cultural Center Park of Ruins|
|Visitation: of 02 a 25 September, Tuesday to Sunday, from 08h to 18h|
|Address: Street Murtinho Nobre, 169|
|Phone: (21) 2215-0621|
|In preview, 11 the artist's works can be visited in the gardens and restaurant of the Hotel Santa Teresa Rio MGallery by Sofitel.|
|Address: Rua Almirante Alexandrino, 660|
|Visitation: up to 16 October, das 10h às 18h|
|Phone: (21) 33800200|