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Anis Tabaraee

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My creatures inspired by the culture that I was grown up. They come from the east. The sphinxes of eastern myths given personification in my illustrations. Just like the sculptures of ancient civilization in which combined with my characters. In my point of view, it would be like a modern reflection of  past heritage.

Dominik

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One of the large format (100x70cm) pen drawings - a series launched in a pocket notebook. In a way it's a form of struggling with myself as the technique is quite demanding, and one need a lot of patience to develop it. It is strange as I am quite unpatient person, having problems with finishing started work. In times of increased distraction and multiplicity of stimulus it works for me as a sort of meditation and therapy helping in expressing subjectively processed reality, which I find quite "uncertain" at these times. Many people see a sort of "waterworld" in my works, and that lead me to a thought, this might have a conotation with my (and probably not only mine) subconcious love for waterworld and obviously water-origin of our spieces. In the context of present environmental catastrophy I start to treat this form of expression as my personal manifesto showing how complex and beautiful world we're destroying. As I consider working on something as a constant process, leading from one thing to another and dependend on the context in which it takes place, I started to create my works more consciously, but still with no vision on how this might end. 

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Sharon

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I am an artist interested in recording my memories of landscapes in the form of drawings. An exploration in the realm of memory and experience - rather then presenting a factual reality, my illusions are fabricated to conjure the nostalgia of the imagination. These personal perceptions are an act of meditation and learnings on the dualities of our existence. I currently live and work in Berlin.

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Witte Wartena

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My work is narrative, based on myself and my surroundings, it features friends, family and scenes from my daily life.
I often work in series. Examples include a series of watercolours of gallery openings in Berlin and portraits of well-known writers and curators, collectors and gallery owners who live in the cities where I reside.
Or the watercolours depicting of places I visited or lived at the time.
The drawings are made as accurately as possible in the sense that they include every detail of our every day existence, such as clutter, rubbish and graffiti: features of our present environment.
I like to think of my work as snap shot photos, similar to the photo albums my mother has of me since I was born: a personal history book of my life. For me, creating work is a way of preserving my ever-changing reality. I see beauty in the ever-day world. With my work I want to make the viewer look at their surroundings with new eyes and see what I sees beauty in the mundane.

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Danielle Leizman

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My work focuses on flesh and indeterminacy, with considerations of the re-installation of holiness to the contemporary figure. Using the delimitations of my own body while working in question of the corporeal and spiritual presence of bodies, I engage myself in a prolonged meditation in order to suggest a new indulgent asceticism. 

Vicente Ortiz Cortez

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My creative practice is concerned with anthropocenic anxieties. The orb shown here has repeatedly appeared in my work as a metaphor for mother nature and its power as an equalizer. In this 2018 colored pencil drawing in particular, the orb hovers over the northeastern United States, much like the coronavirus today, releasing its catastrophic power.

Atardecer (Sunset), 2018
2019 Highly Commended Award, Red Line Art Works, Bath, United Kingdom
Colored pencil on paper
4.25in x 5.5in
10.8cm x 14cm

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