The theme developed in the works of the Genoese artist Isabel Councilor in the exhibition subtilis to Luisa Catucci Gallery of Berlin (5 October – 30 November 2018) - awarded as part of the Arteam Cup award 2017 - is undoubtedly the subtle one, and perhaps sometimes unconscious, representation of the feminine.
The eternal feminine, that favor I gave that every woman possesses in power, for dowry, not just genetics, not to be confused with femininity, set of ideal physical characteristics, psychic and behavioral judged by a specific culture associated with the woman, to distinguish it from man. […]
The Councilor's sculptures with dandelion seeds are born as works on the protection of the intrinsic and profound essential nature of being.
The dandelion seed represents a protective shell, soft and warm, but at the same time immensely fragile, that surrounds us to rock the delicacy of our soul. It is something we need, fundamental and powerful but that, at the same time, it is quickly corruptible if not aware of it.
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