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Corporal cartography

In this series of works, Misasi’s aquarelles are part of an objective and logic representation of the landscape. Thus, she intends to disarticulate the illusion of infinite provided by the maritime horizon or plains by means of different situations of finiteness established by successive horizons that enclose several real landscapes and familiar feelings.

This thematic succession, that is not parallel, reaches order and balance within the composition of the picture together with an argumentative proposal of stony, sensual and natural elements.

Each composition displays a succession of diverse climates that intends to dissociate time from space to place it on the plane as enchained experiences. This is intended to make the spectator feel that especial feeling of having flown over different landscapes that get together and get separated, at the same time, by horizons.

Nevertheless, each observer will have a horizon or fringe to identify with as a consequence of what the pictures suggest and what the observer himself may add. For the artist, the horizons represent an aerial vision of the architect-painter or, perhaps, a mere excuse to propose an order where the argumentative thoughts are suggested.

In this series, color is treated very carefully with matching watery pastels, making use of the collage, a recurrent mixed technique that characterizes all the works of Misasi, by means of which the observer is allowed to contemplate the animal kingdom and vegetable world as oppose to or completing with the color, thus generating their own leading role.