Gabrielle Dunayski, a self-taught multidisciplinary artist, passionately engages with the deconstruction of biblical motifs and religious recollections through her expressive work in painting, drawing, writing, and performative films. Dunayski has cultivated aunique vocabulary of figural gestures, applying them with immediacy to the canvas, often in response to poignant memorabilia.
Currently practicing in Los Angeles, Gabrielle Dunayski continues to search and explore new mediums and materials to interact with. Her art delves into the impactful effects of PTSD on memory and the somatic system, utilizing distortion and layered compositions to vividly convey the intricate interplay between personal recollections and external stimuli. The dialogues within her work touch on psychological, philosophical, and political dimensions, provocatively exploring perverted themes in Western Christianity.