“Art as a force for change in oneself, in others and in the environment”.Daniela Busarello is Brazilian by birth, Parisian by adoption and Italian at regular intervals. This cosmopolitan background, together with a cocktail of elements - light, passion, nature,... Read More
“Art as a force for change in oneself, in others and in the environment”.
Daniela Busarello is Brazilian by birth, Parisian by adoption and Italian at regular intervals. This cosmopolitan background, together with a cocktail of elements - light, passion, nature, the vitality of Brazil, reflection, precision and refinement - combine to make Daniela Busarello a deeply committed and ultra-dynamic artist – a postmodern artist.
Descended from a long line of architects, she approaches her art through her acquired metiers of yesterday and today imprinted beneath her skin; citizen, architect, town planner, teacher, scenographer. Whether in her interiors or the public places she develops, following an intimate understanding of the places, she brings a veritable poetic dimension to her projects which breathe well-being and harmony, a hymn to life, instinctive and exuberant. Her artistic research explores Nature, Times Past [cycles of life-death-immortality] and Genius Loci [the Spirit of Place], concepts that have been constantly present in her work as an architect. She develops her own language where the infinitely large and the infinitely small confront and respond to each other with a feminine sensuality (...) in which the human, its cells and the “intuitive aesthetics of nature” dialogue to question “the representation - investigation of the intimate memory”. She creates Manifestos of the Environment and the Ocean using everyday materials that she collects in urban places or natural reserves.
Numerous collaborations with French artisans and craft speople prove the openness of these manufactures, who understand Busarello as an intuitive visionary. Some of these include Manufacture Cogolin, Atelier Tortil, Atelier Montex, Manufacture Robert Four Aubusson, Centre International d’Art Verrier Meisenthal, Paolo Crepax in Italy and Novo Louvre in Brazil. Busarello’s desire is to keep these workshops forever alive. Abundance, vitality and generosity permeate her multifaceted career.
WHO I AM
today artist : painting and drawing and citizen. "yesterday" architect, town planner and teacher.