My paintings are pluralistic sites of synthesis, where I use diverse languages to mirror my experience of foraging vision, where multiple lenses are necessary to more fully see, be in, with and of our environments. I use diagrammatic languages to reference identification manuals, antiquarian prints, as well as fossils - markers deep time that are no longer visible on the surface of our world. The fluidity of the poured paint ground undergirds my mark making techniques, providing a magical and volatile environment of light and shadow. I intertwine diverse modes of rendering, proposing painting as a carrier bag holding knowledge and experience of being within and of contemporary landscapes.
Angelina Gualdoni is a painter living in New York City. Through use of dyeing, pouring, staining and textile patterning, she links various women’s creative practices from industrial to domestic, decorative to metaphysical. Gualdoni has shown nationally and internationally at the Queens Museum, NY, St. Louis Art Museum, MO, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, The Aldrich Museum, Connecticut, the Museum de Paviljoens, Netherlands. She has been the beneficiary of several grants and fellowships, including Artadia, Pollock-Krasner, and is a two-time NYFA Fellow. Her work has been reviewed in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Art in America, amongst others.