Gloria Ronchi is involved in Visual Art as a medium of her narration.
Through painting, drawings, video and lighting installations she often combines her artwork to express the feeling of the ‘Liquid Modernity’.
“I look for aesthetic challenges of light in stunning and diverse ways, exploring its creative potential to express ideas and emotions, creating surprising encounters”.
Her artwork does not give answers but rather raises questions, reflecting the daily contradictions of human experience in the liquid-modern world as defined in Bauman’s literature.
, United Kingdom
Gloria exhibited all over Europe and her work is part of private and public collections in Italy and the UK.
Born in Milan, Gloria was graduated in 1999 from Politecnico of Milano and, in the same year, came in touch with famed artists like J. Borges and H. Nitsch at the Internationale Sommerakademie in Salzburg (Austria).
In 2004 she obtained an MA from Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. Some of her works are in the MIDA Museum in Italy (International Museum of Women in Art). She is also part of the cross-disciplinary collective ‘Aether & Hemera’.