FORM & DISSOLUTION
My artistic work is driven by an inner tension between the desire for transformation and a sense of being determined by my own social origins.
I take a seeking and open approach to painting, with the working process being direct and characterised by a continuous layering of oil paint. Throughout a longer period of time, repeating brush strokes are condensed into a flickering surface. Any figurative determination, is covered up until all borderlines have been completely dissolved.
My intuitive way of painting, which does not require a compositional concept, is driven through the painting process by the preoccupation with concrete socio-political and biographical issues until I achieve what I consider to be a consistent condition.
Daniel Bonaudo-Ewinger is born 1986 in Germany. He lives and works in Kandel (Rheinland-Pfalz) and Berlin. Since 2021 he became a Meisterschüler with Prof. Pia Linz. 2020 he received a scholarship from the Stiftung Rheinland-Pfalz für Kultur. 2013-2018 he studied fine arts at Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin with Prof. Pia Linz, Prof. Werner Liebmann, Prof. Friederike Feldmann.