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Posted on September 17 2020

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ABSTRACTIONS

Exhibition 14 - 22 May 2020
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ADAM MAXWELL
Remembering You │ Video, 2018
This image is my attempt - forever in vain - to recount her beauty - the girl who I once loved.
- A. M.
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ALINA ZHILINA

Haiku │ Photography, 2016
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ANASTASIA DUMITRESCU
Amoeba │ Photography, 2019
Shifting from passive reflection into an active contemplation, I am looking to fine-tunne the way I perceive the commonplace’s latent potential to unfold its subtle vibrant frequencies. I thus propose the image as a playground terrain for tactile rhythms and for a slow and porous looking to impress into its surface.
- A. D.

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ANASTASIA KODATENKO
Tulip │ Photography, 2019
Through the camera lens, everyday life becomes a visual, sensory experiment.
- A. K.
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ANDREIA M. FERRARI
Foliage n˚ 2 │ Photography, 2017
The image is part of a project composed of 20 photographs that depicts plant foliage with an emphasis on specific parts of its leaves. The image aims to raise people's awareness of the beauty of nature and the need to preserve it for a better quality of life and for future generations. The project is a visual communication about Nature with the aim of creating emotional and intellectual connections between the public's concernment, the feelings of preservation and sustainable use of nature. My approach is abstraction.
- A. F.

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ANDREJ BOYKO
One Moment to Aphrodite │ Photography, 2020

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ANDREW ILACHINSKI
Swirls, Whorls, and Tendrils │ Digital, 2010
An ephemeral "swirling ink form." All are unique, surreal, and exquisitely beautiful. It is a 1:1 macro, many fine details are literally invisible to the naked eye. The macro lens reveals what looks like "organic" life-forms, that develop as though some hidden “rule” (or genetic code) is guiding their evolution.
- A. I.

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ANNA BASTONI
Platonic Solids, Atlantis Technology. Earth within Elements │ Photography, 2017
Earth, in the form of a cube, the steady form of matter, is one of the five Platonic Solids, shapes repeated throughout the known Universe from molecules to large structures and beyond. Getting in touch with these perfect realities creates an immediate relationship, allowing us to recognize ourselves as a part of them and align with the essential forms of Nature.
- A. B.

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ARISTENKO EVGEIY
Thunderstorm │ Photography, 2019
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CHLOE AUST
Ink in Water │ Photography, 2020
Ink in Water explores the surreal effects of abstracting combinations of colour within everyday items.
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CYNTHIA DICKINSON
Kachina │ Photography, 2020
Kachina is an image from a series I am working on "Here & Beyond". It was photographed at the MN Landscape Arboretum, Chaska, MN.
- C. D.

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DANIEL AGRA
Génesis │ Photography, 2020
Génesis is the abstraction of light, as a symbol of birth, creation, spirituality, purity, consciousness and enlightenment.
- D. A.
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EKATERINA SHUVALOVA
Heart │ Photography, 2019
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ELA KUROWSKA
Fascicia │ Photography, 2020
In my artwork, I explore elemental properties of life by combining photography with science. Using photoelastic gels and cross-polarized light, I build and capture biomorphic abstractions that resemble otherworldly life made of light and colors. Interpreted as microscopic or perhaps macroscopic, the photographs depict the awe-inspiring, universal vitality of life.
- E. K.

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ELENA MELNIKOVA
Art Inside │ Photography, 2017

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ELENA STELZER
Reserve │ Photography, 2019
Where are your monuments, your battles, martyrs? Where is your tribal memory? The sea. The sea is History. (Derek Walcott)
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EVGENII SAUTKIN
Nascence │ Photography, 2020
"Nascence" belongs to the series "Philosophy of the subject." In this work, the author reflects on the topic of life and death, trying to see objects that are familiar to us from a different angle, to understand their essence.
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GALINA KLIMANOVA
Uno │ Photography, 2019
A reproduction from a unique glass plate, made using the photographic process of the 19th century - a wet plate collodion process. White traces are the traces left by the light. This is a real drawing of light.
- G. K.

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GANNA BILETSKA
The Origin of Life │ Photography, 2020
To be able to see different meanings in familiar things.
- G. B.

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GENEVIEVE ANDERSON
Blissfully Cool │ Digital Mix Media, 2017
Abstract ice defiantly contrasting jet-black sand mimics the kaleidoscopic physiological component of emotion. Behind every image is a reason to verge on what authentically interests the mind concurrently allowing escape from what’s truly there. Why then not simply submit to enjoy the beauty in the moment notwithstanding an elusive world?
- G. A.

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GILLES TARABISCUITÉ
Pure Photography #/ │ Photography, 2019
How to make digital art without a computer? How to take a “real“ photograph that doesn’t look like a photograph? This is what I’m trying to do.
- G. T.

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GUILLAUME LOUIS PETITOT-BELLAVENE
Dancing Vortex │ Photography, 2020
By 'choreographing' my Dancing Vortex, I offer a contemplative dive into the unknown and the impermanent, an en- counter with universal forces, whose outcome will be perhaps a surprising inner journey of discovery, punctuated by some distant echoes of a now forgotten original Big Bang.
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GUN ROZE
#6222-Grenadier Rd │ Photography, 2016
This image is from my series titled "As Above, So Within" that represents evidences of nature reflected on city streets, which are crucial for spirit and spirituality.
- G. R.
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HAROLD ROGER
What I bought at the supermarket in Paris, France, the 21st of January at 7:31PM │ Photography, 2020
In order to play with daily objects, I forced myself, for a while, to shoot a picture of the things I just bought at the supermarket. Here is one made of almond chocolate, chocolate sticks, ginger and orange. Every picture is supposed to work in diptych with the receipt associated.
- H. R.

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JAKUB FIALA
Slices of the Ocean II - 1 │ Digital, 2019
Slices of the Ocean is a series created by manipulating a water simulation algorithm. The result is a relic of the elemental power of water - an explosion caught mid-burst, cast in otherworldly bronze. The artist's role is to capture a state of the algorithm, giving up control over fine detail.
- J. F.

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JAKUB PASIERKIEWICZ
When You Step into the Land of Colour │ Photography, 2019
The photograph presents an impressionistic landscape of Devon coast, which I captured this summer.  The variation of colours appeared in front of my camera after the rainy weather and the full sunlight uncovered the beauty of the coastal flora.
- J. P.

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