Daniela Elorza: “A Journey to your Senses”

Cover Website Daniela ElorzaMatcha Green Tea – Ink painting – 2016

“A Journey to your Senses”
„Eine Reise zu Ihren Sinnen“
In collaboration with UrbanScents

Exhibition: 10.03 – 29.04.2017
Vernissage: 09.03.2017 – 18h30 / Souvenirs: Click Here

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“A Journey to your Senses”

The abstract ink paintings created by the young Colombian artist Daniela Elorza were inspired by the olfactive world of Marie Le Febvre and the UrbanScents brand.

Vernissage of a special kind:
On top of bringing together visual and olfactive art during the vernissage, we like to also stimulate your sense of taste.
Let yourselves be surprised by the internationally renowned mixologist Arndt Henning Heissen from the Fragrances Bar at the Berlin Ritz Carlton. New fragrance cocktails based on creations by UrbanScents will be presented in Avant-premiere.
picture©Valentina Figueroa

Daniela Elorza was born on June 5, 1989 in Colombia and later grew up in Peru. Ever since she was a child, her passion for art was almost second nature, and still is to this day. She began studying Fine Art at the National University of Colombia and then moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina where she pursued Visual Arts, with a specialisation in painting. Notably, her academic experience in South America fuelled her deep interest in pre-Colombian Latin American art. Currently, she lives and works in Berlin, where she also studies Visual Communication at BTK-FH.

Daniela discovered ink while working in her studio in Berlin. She wanted to push herself to learn from her own mistakes and to give an edge of spontanity to her work; the unpredictable nature of ink allows her to do so. Ink has de fluidity and the essence of watercolours, but it is much richer and more intense in color and opacity. Ink can be very thin and quite, but also strong and bold. For Daniela, the artist can not control everything that happens during the creative process, it is also crucial to let the materials provoke surprise showing new possibilities, and ink is perfect to find that equilibrium between what is planed and what is uncertain.

Pictures ©Jenna Dallwitz