Chiara Dynys was born in Mantova. The artist refuses any concept of style and school, to freely express her reflections on the contemporary world, speaking through the language of art. Initially in the late ’80s, she devoted herself to figurative painting that becomes coloured and volumetric thanks to the use of sand, which quickly evolves into three-dimensional geometric, mathematically organized shapes. She uses different materials – resins, wax, pigments, marble, alabaster, silk, velvet, ceramic, crystal – with which she creates different steps and mutations of light and colors. Her creations seem to be looking for an empty space to occupy. She creates secret allusions to language, focusing her intellectual reflection on the rituals of society, following her own intuitions. The progressive increase in the size of her installations since the 90s and the importance of light, element inextricably linked to vision, transformed the perception of space emotionally involving the viewer in the artistic creation. The contact with the observers is crucial, so much that they often turn into actors, projected into the space of creation.
Chiara Dynys has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in major museums and public and private cultural institutions.