BROOKLYN GALLERY EXHIBIT
Museum of Computer Art
139 11th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11215
Honorable Mention from MOCA in 2010 for "Submission"
|Publications||Catalogues MOCA / New York|
BAGL Berlin 2010
|Galleries/Agents||MOCA Museum of Computer Art|
|Education||Dominique Brunzlik - a German artist of Czech, Bohemian, Friesian and Indian descent was born 1963 in Munich / Germany as the daughter of a photographer and a model. She began making art as a child and used various forms of art for her expression. During her studies she concentrated on different techniques of figurative and abstract painting. She also has been photographing since her youth, influenced by her father. Educated through life, she always had a restless mind and searched for new facet of life. This has a deep influence on her diverse art techniques and expression. With “Paradiso Figurale” she presents her artwork in 2010 for the first time to a wider public.||Date of birth||Why make art?||Paradiso Figurale was created in early 2010 by the German artist Dominique Brunzlik to present her free contemporary artwork to a wider and international public. Painting, photography and computer art unite to new images with unique colors, forms, impressions and offers the visitor diverse sources to redescover and quicken his phantasy, imagination, invention and curiosity as in childhood.|