Photography Merges With Delicate Embroidery In Works By This Brazilian Artist
Sensibility and love are two feelings (among a lot of others) that you will feel for sure looking at these pictures. Aline Brant is working on a photographic project that portrays the feminine side in works that receive embroidery intervention.
Aline Brant is a Brazilian artist who uses photography as a fundamental tool for creating her works. She integrates analogical intervention in photography, where it applies, among other techniques, the free embroidery.
One of the intentions of this work is to honor the writer and psychoanalyst Clarissa Pinkola Estés, in an exhibition that draws a visual parallel to her literary work.
Sporadically, Aline still carries out photographic essays with women and families. She considers herself to be restless and eternally passionate person for the transforming power of light.
The artist currently lives in Rio de Janeiro and balances her activities with the creation of her two children, whom, she says, are a constant source of inspiration.