Renata Janiszewska paints on electronic canvas. In her transdisciplinary practise she animates her still works, for which she creates her own soundtracks. She blends analog and digital in her work method.
Currently she incorporates themes of chance, techspressionism, bio-degradation, intoxication, feminism, and shamanism in her works.
She is an indexed artist of Techspressionism, an artistic project whose members use technology as a means to express emotional experience.
Janiszewska lives in Lion's Head, Canada.
For artists, new media can create two things. The first is a novel set of tools to represent established visual ideas; the shiny new oil paints of the Renaissance led to shiny new renditions of the Baptism of the Virgin. The second is the realization that new materials create new art forms, which both annihilate and embrace the old ones. Picasso fractured the constructed object-in-space of the Renaissance, thanks to the museums. Now, not lapis lazuli in linseed oil, but light, not found objects, but found digital configurations. The unfolding of art through time is both metaphorical and simply concrete. A work of digital art starts at 0:01 and finishes at 1:22 and we can prove it. Can the matter of art be created and destroyed? My work is an ongoing meditation on the shape of this question. My vocabulary of metamorphizing forms, textures, colors and paradoxical spaces may suggest some soaring metaphysical intelligence, or a small moment on an ancient forest floor where the heroine is getting her nails very dirty digging into a story. I create my own soundtracks, and animate my own images. Forms, sounds and time appear as a single organism to the viewer, but appearances are deceptive. They are a result of my method - "Disegno" as they used to call it.