Mary Moon

Miss Moon 

is

an

emerging

Berlin based,

multidisciplinary

artist.

She expresses herself in the media of COLLAGE, PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO ART.

She is a graduate ART DIRECTOR and co-founder of the “PLATEAU GALLERY” Berlin and is working as a CURATOR/PRODUCER of a variety of cultural events & exhibitions.

Her HANDMADE collage works CUT stereotypical social concepts, using them to SHIFT the perspective of the observer sometimes processing the images DIGITALLY, depending on the desired result. You can distinguish in her AESTHETICS a clear focal point from where everything grows.

It is inspired by SYMMETRY, FREQUENCY and the BEAUTY of human nature.It opens the view into multidimensional, visual possibilities of the HUMAN BEING. Two elements that build a specific tension and play with preconceptions.

The images are EXTRACTED from old books and so called ‘LIFESTYLE’ magazines.

She is CATCHING fragments, enjoying revealing the beauty of a MOMENT.

HUMOR; COLOR; COMPOSITION; REALITY is inspiring in a surreal universe.

“Life is not about finding one self ,it is about creating one self ”

Marie Klinke born 8-8-1988

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JOCELYN SPAAR JOCELYN SPAAR is an

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Her work has appeared in the Paris Review Daily, Bridge Journal, Stonecutter, Storychord, The Virginia Literary Review, and 3.7., and is forthcoming in Paper Nautilus.  She has exhibited drawings, video and text-art installations at the .NOo Sphere gallery, the Bridge PAI, and Ruffner Hall, and has screened films in festivals including the 2ANNAS International Film festival in Latvia. She assisted with art direction on Prince Rama and Astral Projects’ “now-age” psych-opera, Never Forever. One time she won a hamburger-eating contest.

She is multifaceted and the perfect person to be featured as the inaugural creative on ONE OF US.
Check out her most recent work, three translated poems entitled “The Beggars”, “Misery” and “Night” by Egyptian-born French novelist Albert Cossery in The Paris Review here:
AND more of her visual work:
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AND Prince Rama’s “Never Forever” :