Catiuscia Bordin Dotto
Catiuscia Dotto is a sculptor and Professor of Arts at the Federal Institute of Education. He participated in several sculpture symposia, having works in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Egypt, Bolivia and Uruguay. Her work in sculpture investigates the feminine symbolic in symbiosis with the organicity of the forms she perceives in nature.
Vitality. Energy that seduces the senses. Formal concerns that are expressively structured. They are born voluptuously in the (in?) Available space perceived by the sculptor's material and human sensibility. They make their places count. They occupy to be occupied too ... They make themselves seen in colors to point out to us what can be here and there ... They pierce the surroundings, sinuous and hieratic, like desires ... Legitimate and noisy in their silences eager for glances. Dating ... These and other qualities persist, generating significant overcoming and technical precision. With each glance received, what is shown is a natural and genuine property that is the source of procedural sincerity. Fruit of hard work, persistence and restlessness.