Dinasky is fascinated by how art can be dismembered through analysis- that it becomes reduced to its colours, dimensions, textures and techniques- thus rationalising the creative process while diminishing emotional or aesthetic response to works of art.

Through her work, she strives to restore wonder and mystery into painting through rearticulating nature’s poetics. Additionally, she seeks to rethink property rights, land usage and organizing principles – this can be seen through Who Is Afraid of Ideology film series which shows relationships being built along multiple political levels.

Her paintings of water, sky, and landscapes such as Palo Duro Canyon in Texas’ panhandle or Big Bend National Park in West Texas display her artistry with an appreciation of nature’s hidden surprises.

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