Daniele Genadry is interested in visual memory and its influence on sight, where (a) view is formed by a collection of moments, in addition to the specific location and frame of the present.  She draws on her movement between Lebanon, Italy and the States, and her recent work is based on snapshots she takes while (literally) in transit- which are then recreated and reenacted through painting, printmaking and video. Through this process, she attempts to elongate a snapshot, to its slowest possible form.

See Daniele’s work for 365 Days of Print here

Daniele completed her MFA at the Slade School of Art, London in 2008. She was the recipient of the James B. Reynolds Fellowship for independent research and work in Beirut, Lebanon in 2005-06, and holds a BA in studio art and mathematics from Dartmouth College (2002). She has exhibited both internationally and in the United States and has been invited to participate in numerous artist residencies, including Illuminating Cultures (at Tate Britain), the Anderson Ranch Art Center, East London Printmakers, Fondazione Ratti (Italy), the Utopia Project  (Crete), and the Frans Masereel Centrum (Belgium). She is currently an artist in residence at the NARS foundation in New York.

To see more of Daniele’s personal work visit: http://www.danielegenadry.com/

 
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