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DETERMINED BY ANY SINGLE HAND - The interior and the exterior space of a human body, are explored in this series of collages through the two figures: the fold and the conduct. They meet simultaneously acting as a mechanism and a plasticity element to play a role in the narration of the collages. A narration that builds a not permanent, neither an established order that can help the viewer to be orientated.

DETERMINED BY ANY SINGLE HAND - The interior and the exterior space of a human body, are explored in this series of collages through the two figures: the fold and the conduct. They meet simultaneously acting as a mechanism and a plasticity element to play a role in the narration of the collages. A narration that builds a not permanent, neither an established order that can help the viewer to be orientated.

DETERMINED BY ANY SINGLE HAND

DETERMINED BY ANY SINGLE HAND

clairetrotignon:   Le sursis des pléiades The reprieve of the...

clairetrotignon: Le sursis des pléiades The reprieve of the...

AGE OF SAND - Untitled

AGE OF SAND - Untitled

Flickering Dreams of Hope by Marjolyn van der Hart

Flickering Dreams of Hope by Marjolyn van der Hart

VALENTINE BUTTON HEART DIY Use those old button to make a very easy, and beautiful Valentine project! stonegableblog.com

VALENTINE BUTTON HEART DIY

VALENTINE BUTTON HEART DIY Use those old button to make a very easy, and beautiful Valentine project! stonegableblog.com

SFMOMA | SFMOMA | Explore Modern Art | Our Collection | Joseph Cornell | Untitled (from the Crackalure Panel series)

SFMOMA | SFMOMA | Explore Modern Art | Our Collection | Joseph Cornell | Untitled (from the Crackalure Panel series)

Zarini Hashmi [Artnet]

Zarini Hashmi [Artnet]

Joy Walker of Toronto, Ontario | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****

Joy Walker of Toronto, Ontario | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****

The Tenth Stretch Exhibition: This heterogenous group of seven artists explore the subjects of apocalypse and rebirth through works in different media (installation, video, painting, drawing and collage) which address the idea of the end as the beginning of a new era. The evocative artworks gathered here examine a sense of chaos and fear which unfolds into renovation, understanding the uncertainties of the future ahead as something positive.

The Tenth Stretch Exhibition: This heterogenous group of seven artists explore the subjects of apocalypse and rebirth through works in different media (installation, video, painting, drawing and collage) which address the idea of the end as the beginning of a new era. The evocative artworks gathered here examine a sense of chaos and fear which unfolds into renovation, understanding the uncertainties of the future ahead as something positive.

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