Daniele M Genadry
Lecturer, Studio Art
Daniele Genadry works with painting, photography and print, to examine conditions and contemporary forms of seeing, particularly those present in postwar Lebanon. Her practice considers the potential of an image to generate its own temporality (light), and to create a mediated field of vision that sensitizes our consciousness. Often based on landscape motifs, the paintings seek, through their material surface, to act physically on the viewers' eyes, requiring a time of focus and adjustment, in order to apprehend the (painted) image. Their aim is to give a heightened and intense view - and an image form to a particular quality and force - of presence, fragility and disappearance.
- MFA Slade School of Art, UCL, London
- BA Dartmouth College