DISRUPTED SENSATIONS – small lightboxes

name: Disrupted Sensations; lightboxes, collages; year start: 2019; size: 26x26x14; materials: bioplastics, bacterial grown skins, algae, fishskins, vegetal dyes, plexiglass, metal, LED lights

In my practice, the concept of making and producing the (light)sculptures and textiles is as a form of study. The artistic process happens in layers and is linked to the action of subtracting and adding. The concept of scale is very important. The volume of an object and its relationship with nature (micro/macro) are essential elements of my work. The choice of materials is a primary aspect of my artistic research. I always work with natural and organic components, and I create often in collaboration with living organisms as bees, bacteria and plants. The physical and aesthetic features of the materials I work with determine the forms of the individual modules, sculptures or textiles. The sculptures and textiles are appealing to touch and smell, as well are they experienced in an aesthetic, rhythmic and visual way.

Disrupted Sensations (2019), Lightbox Series