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Cora Marin

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more important than getting a beautiful result.

new place: it's not something I do consciously but it's great fun, so I don't even try to fight it.

Do you think that there is a central idea that connects all of your work as an artist?

Your works convey a coherent sense of unity, that rejects any conventional classification. Before starting to elaborate about your production, we would suggest our readers to visit https://coramarinartworks.wordpress .com in order to get a synoptic view of your work: in the meanwhile, would you like to tell our readers something about your process and set up? In particular, are your works painted gesturally, instinctively? Or do you work methodically after sketches?

Certainly. Every work I do is focused on a subject which I believe is worth opening a discussion about. Basically I want to make art to try and change something for good, as naive as it may sound. That doesn't mean I am particularly ambitious or seek to create a great new movement, but rather that I feel I can change little things one day at a time by sharing my opinions with others and creating works which invite others to respectively share theirs with me.

I tend to have a somewhat clear idea on how i want things to look once they are finished, and I enjoy doing some planning through sketches and tryouts. Once I start painting or drawing it gets messy though, and improvisation takes over.

For this special edition of Peripheral ARTeries we have selected Kudihohola, an interesting project that our readers have already started to admire in the introductory pages of this article. What has at once captured our attention of your artistic inquiry into the music of Chalo Correia and JoĂŁo Mouro is the way you provided the visual results of your analysis with autonomous aesthetics: would you walk our

I could get very frustrated if I were to mentally compare what I wished for to the final results, but I do not mind the looks of it as much as the reward of learning something new in the process. Taking risks and pushing my limits is

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