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AURORE VERMUE
is
a
VISUAL
ARTIST
based in PARIS. Her work focuses mainly on TYPOGRAPHICAL design and is in constant EVOLUTION.
HER influences are:
CONSTRUCTIVISM
NEW REALISM
DADAISM
Her EXHIBITION highlights:
Paris – New York – Amsterdam – Bruxelles.
Check out some of her work:
Drawing Machine
Draw Mach Entier profil 2 StratesStrates 6 hd vue coteì
Happy EndHappy End
Cuba Libre
Cuba libre A La BonheurA LA BONHEUR ROUGE
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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

http://missmoonart.tumblr.com/

https://www.facebook.com/MissMoonArt?fref=ts

Behind the Scenes jessie lamprecht

BEHIND THE SCENES with ARTIST/NEUROSCIENTIST: JESSIE LAMPRECHT creator of ‘THE BODY’

JESSIE LAMPRECHT is an ARTIST originally from Long Island who works in a variety of media from explorations in painting, collage, and tattoos to mixed media installation works. When she is not making art she is pursuing an education in Neuroscience, Cognitive Science and Art History at BROOKLYN COLLEGE where she also works as a Neuroscience Research Assistant.

Her interest in collage and assemblage art comes literally alive in her latest interactive assemblage “THE BODY” which physically engages the viewer to assemble a form through the ritual exchange of sacred objects. These objects are directly collected from the Church which is the site of the installation. The piece explores themes of fabrication of bodily existence through communal ritual. Inspired by Genesis 1:27, it explores the notion that human form of all shapes and sizes is divinely inspired. The form of the piece is derived by an impression of one person from the audience on sand. By imprinting the sand with the body of the viewer it is implied that every viewer’s body is in the image of God. The piece engages the viewer in a way that is physical and to create a form through functional interaction and collaboration. This puts the artist in the role of conceptual creator and engages the audience in the role of process creators. Both formal and theoretical inspiration can be traced back to works by artists FELIZ GONZALEZ-TORRES and ANNA MENDIETA who create sculpture that is personalized by their body’s relation to the physical object’s composition.