Paola Alviano Glaviano
Born in Rome, she graduated from the I Liceo Artistico in Via di Ripetta in 1980. Later, while attending the Faculty of Architecture and the Scuola Libera del Nudo, she deepened her interest in the human body, which will have an important part in her work as a painter. . The constant search for new techniques evolves quickly, from the brush to the spatula, from color to black and white and then back to polychromy and again to monochrome with the use of bitumen. From canvas to Juta and subsequently to cardboard, which represents its current phase. Collecting cartons for recycling, taking them to your studio and painting on them, means fixing life on what appears to have exhausted its first function and which would be destined for recycling or a chemical recycling process. In this way they become a testimony of a previous "existence" that, through re-use in transforming them into paintings will become eternal ... as the Art itself is eternal ... "Mine is a continuous search, a journey that, even when it seems to have reached its goal, finds me ready to start again with new expressive experiences, new techniques, new worlds ... every new exploration is never a change but a transformation of the lived experience , aware of my restlessness, this eternal restlessness that will never make me feel satisfied ".