Caroline Denervaud is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Paris. Her process begins with dance and the body, and moves through expressions of form and color as a dialogue. “L’Importance du Rose” is a show that examines Caroline’s visceral and emotional response to international political unrest and the onset of the pandemic. The result is an exploration of a color — pink— that has been historically dismissed as “feminine” and “optimistic”. Through video and paintings, Caroline makes an acute argument for the importance of these traits amidst so much uncertainty.
- Charcoal, pastel, caséine and ink on paper
- Unframed: 7" x 11"
- Framed: 12" x 14½"