Art in Conversation with Eliza Badoiu

ABOUT THE ARTIST
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I have chosen to express these images mostly into monochromatic tones as to better represent the inconsistency of the form attributed in some of the images. Everything finds its natural order in the digital concealment of the subconscious. We deal with the form of a broken time that is pure illusiveness to the viewer. I refer to the intuitive process of deciphering gestures, in which each ‘room’ can be regarded as a distinctively possible level of the mind, never whole, but fragile barely completed. All frames are to be seen as an intention rather than a defined representation of feminine consistency.

ELIZA TSITSIMEAUA-BADOIU
Photographer | Romania

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Artist Statement

Artist statement for  All rooms of her own


With this entry of entirely self-portraits I wanted to define once again the space that the random gestures can articulate into the frame of female psyche. It is a mixture of monochromatic feelings where the suspended framed time is in between continuous flow and frozen statics. Through my images I am trying to create a certain introspectively - feminine mood, closely connected to the female psyche, therefore I base all of my photographic expressions relying on intuition, feelings and inner experience, all of it enclosed in the self-portraiture mode.


Each frame brings us closer to the infinite possibilities of interpreting and translating the subterranean where the blur of the emotion appears -barely traced- in the becoming a memory of the mind itself.


I have chosen to express these images mostly into monochromatic tones as to better represent the inconsistency of the form attributed in some of the images. Everything finds its natural order in the digital concealment of the subconscious. We deal with the form of a broken time that is pure illusiveness to the viewer. I refer to the intuitive process of deciphering gestures, in which each ‘room’ can be regarded as a distinctively possible level of the mind, never whole, but fragile barely completed. All frames are to be seen as an intention rather than a defined representation of feminine consistency.


It is precisely from this state of opposition and uncertainty regarding self-manifestation of the form, that bursts the sparkling duality connecting the mood inside the frame to a certain sense of nostalgia, as a continuous search of a special-temporal dimension in gaining absolute autonomy inside the frame.