“There is a story,” Bianca Nemelc explained to us about the bodies in her paintings in an interview a several many years back again. “It generally starts with the pose, and I add the rest of the surroundings. And a large amount of instances what I am participating in all around with is, how does she interact? So there she sort of appears like rocks, she sort of seems to be like a portion of the landscape. Placing the figures collectively, I want them to come to feel like they are aspect of the setting that they are dwelling in.” That ecosystem is after once again at the center of her new body of work, Eutierria, shortly on look at at Steve Turner in LA.
As the gallery notes, “Steve Turner is delighted to present Eutierria, a solo exhibition by Bianca Nemelc that capabilities the interconnectedness of watery landscapes and the woman variety in a series of new paintings. The exhibition’s title is a time period coined by Australian thinker Glenn A. Albrecht, and it refers to ‘a beneficial experience of oneness with the earth and its daily life forces where by the boundaries amongst self and the relaxation of nature are obliterated and a deep sense of peace and connectedness pervades consciousness.’ This is the emotion that Nemelc seeks to convey in her paintings and in the immersive set up that she built with each other with guest curator, Ché Morales.”