A prank

Price: £ 350

Category: Oil Paint

Author: MXM12

Size: 700 mm x 900mm

Description

A cold puppet clown, and underneath, the animal. The cold azure on the bloody red, nuanced with an orange. The puppet clown does not have the inside? Someone lost his hands and perhaps also his head … Such is the end of the puppet clown, speechless doll in the others' hands. Used as long as popular … And when the liking disappears … there is no more a puppet clown.
A red animal left in the corner, by the window, where there is only a shadow.
Speechless and needless to anyone, the items.
In this painting the colors have vital power. Captured by a fiery color of the artificial animal, the viewer can easily experience the difference in the material, almost touches the fur and feels the cold plastic. Thus shining a memory …




About Artist :


The main areas of that artist creative activity are painting, drawing, objects, installations and photo manipulation. Her art focuses on presenting the clash between pure nature and technology. Unbridled primordiality opposing an industrially shaped world’s final decomposition of organic life, and against artificial machinery.
Interested in testing human creature entangled and manipulated by history, evolution of culture religion and stereotypes. The human creature that tries to define its social and carnal identity while uncovering the secrets of fears and sexuality inside.She's basing her creative searching on the human figure humiliated, dominated by its corporeality, subjected to torture and genetic technological modifications, as well as the unpredictable nature failures. Simultaneously regarding these human defects as a punishment for sins.
Within this period of her anthropomorphic visions, there is the emergence of a new quasi-Orwellian world – full of animal-derivations, beasts and freaks embroiled in strange, mystic, human rituals.
She's employing the language of myth, magic and fantasy, and cover every motif with delicacy, and fragility, intricately sheathed with an echo of mysterious human habits. She attempt to present the definitive counterpoint to her view of nature – as something to be possessed.

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