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Dayana Trindade – “Artistic Relevance. Art as a communication link between the artist, society and nature"

Tony Franco é Administrador de Empresas.

Tony Franco is a Business Administrator.

Wait, tell us a little about yourself ...

I was born in March of 1983, in the city of Campo Grande in Mato Grosso do Sul. I studied nursing at a public university there and moved to Niterói to undertake specialization in Rio de Janeiro. Upon returning to Campo Grande, I had a child and after two years in the city, I was called to take on a public examination as a nurse in Rio de Janeiro, returning there with the family. To accompany the husband, we moved to Cuiabá in Mato Grosso and we have been living in the city for 11 years.

When he woke up his desire to be an artist?

I've always loved art and artistic design has always been part of my life.. When I was preparing for the entrance exam, there were no higher education courses for art in the state I lived in and I ended up leaving my dream for the future. So that now, art was in my daily life as a hobbie. Painted and drew in notebooks, Woods, walls, etc.

Dayana Trindade é Artista Plástica.

Dayana Trindade is a Plastic Artist.

What kind of art do you like best?

residing in Cuiabá, I realized the population's joy in valuing their Culture, very expressive through artistic paintings that beautify the city. Knowing more about the local fauna and flora made me wake up to the resumption of art. I started to practice drawing and painting daily. I started basic courses for drawing and painting on canvas in a contemporary way, free and spontaneous was gaining more and more space in my development as an artist.

How he developed his style (techniques)?

I started using realistic drawing techniques to start painting on canvas and other objects, but, I evolved in the deconstruction of realism through painting using a spatula and mixing bright and vibrant colors.

Cite if you had artistic influences in your works and which artists?

My artistic influences are Van Gogh and the art free and contemporary by the Austrian artist Voka.

Do you have a family member or acquaintance who is an artist?

I have my cousin as an art teacher. Fabrício Machado graduated in Arts from the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul. He has an incredible technique of realism in graffiti and is an art teacher in private schools.

Living from art is possible?

It is possible to live on art. The visual artist must develop, just like any professional, a financial plan and a career development plan. It's not easy, it is challenging and requires good management and skill to incorporate strategies that maintain a fixed income and this is for many artists, hard. Today, I consider, for me, I can't live exclusively with art. I need to keep my other source of income.

Ever thought about not acting with more art? can comment why?

I believe that the question of whether or not to act with art always happens, but, the challenge I face today is to have two simultaneous professions, with different activities at the same time.

What skills are needed today for the artist?

I believe that the visual artist must have the ability to use their art in a way that they produce relevant content and converse with society. No political exposure, use your cultural instruments to dialogue with the population around you, don't lock yourself in a bubble, be curious and enterprising.

What do you feel when you create or appreciate a work of art?

When I create a work of art I feel a sense of release.

Your inspirations to create a work of art?

My inspirations come from everyday life, of trips I take in nature, through the Pantanal, seeing animals and regional culture.

Which art has impressed you the most so far?

I don't know which art impressed the most, I can say that I fell in love with a maned wolf's work.

You must always be creating or creating only at certain times?

I create daily, ideas are stored in my head, just waiting for the moment to put it on paper. rss

The product of your work is unique or has a close or distant relationship to your previous work?

The works are independent, but, when put together, they seem to be related, talk.

What are the challenges of art / artist in the current scenario?

Art today has a significant challenge.. Although we are freer to develop art, many artists feel pressured to develop an art that is “sold”. And, end up building an art of "fashion". I see that there is a trend that ends up being replicated by many artists, due to financial need and to be accepted in society. The need for virtual exposure, is also a positive and challenging factor..

Social networks have helped you to spread your work?

The social network is now my main dissemination channel. I use my Instagram as a showcase for the permanent exhibition of my works, for sale, budgets and communication with the population.

How plastic arts can contribute to education and culture?

I consider the plastic arts to be a link between education and culture. It allows the opening of a transcendent dialogue that permeates the media. The culture, education, the sport, the health, Justice, all structures of society can be mediated by art. it provokes dialogues, questions, emotions, revolutions and encounters.

How you analyze the qualities of a work of art?

I analyze works of art primarily for what attracts me, what are the colors. I know that personal taste interferes a lot in the individual's look. He identifies with the work, it provokes in him sensations that bring him closer to her or retract him. The works that give me comfort, that I approach.

What are the criteria for stipulating the value of a work of art?

To determine the value of a work of art of mine, I make some criteria such as evaluating the time taken to carry out the work., the complexity, the size, the materials I used and if I used the frame. Also, I value a lot, works that I have a personal attachment, because it is done under a unique context., that was made under a personal story or something that marked my life trajectory.

Talk about your projects today ...

I'm holding live exhibitions in public spaces with great circulation to present a project of works of art that I developed in the last few 3 years. These works present the beauty of the fauna and flora of Mato Grosso. thus fostering, the enhancement of culture and regional tourist exploitation.

What's your advice for those just starting out?

Free yourself to build an art that is communicative, her, relevance, that gives you a feeling that you are doing what makes you happy.

If you want to leave a message ...

Art brings the most magnificent feeling we can have to human beings.. It sets us free and brings us closer, relates us and provokes us. the art is magnificent.

About your exhibitions, have any comments regarding, feelings…

The exhibitions provoke feelings in different ways. First, the fact of being exposed. Takes off a veil that allows us to open to the judgment of others. The fact that other people see your work and allow them to comment, talk about what you think, whether they like it or not, the sensations that strangers have looking at your exhibition or a specific work is challenging.

How would you define your art in one line?

Artistic Relevance. Art as a communication link between the artist, society and nature.

Social Networks:

Facebook: @dayanatrindadeartesecores

Instagram: @dayanatrindadeartesecores

WebSite: www.dayanatrindadearts.com.br


* Thanks to Buana Lima, advisor to the plastic artist, for all the pertinent information the interview.



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