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AUG 2015 ISSUE IV

ISSUE 4 | AUGUST 2015 | POINT B


Collective Magazine THE ARCHIVE COLLECTIVE IS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY ONLINE PLATFORM AND MAGAZINE THAT PROMOTES EMERGING CREATIVE TALENT.. ✄

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Archive Collective showcases art with substance. 
 Art that makes you think.
 


It encourages collaborative storytelling as a global creative community. Exploration and narration through different sensory perspectives.

Cover Image by ELEVATOR TEETH

www.thearchivecollective.com
 facebook.com/achivecollectivemag AUGUST 2015

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THIS MONTH’S CONTRIBUTORS Antonella Tignanelli | Claude Eigan | Elena Cremona | Elevator Teeth | Ewa Doroszenko | Stephan Ferreira | Fran Rodriguez | James Cooper | Joanne Leah | Joaquin Trujillo | Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk | Lindsey Walker | Manuel Coletto | Paul Juno | Scarlet Evans | Yael Eban

IMAGE: JORDY VAN DER NIEUWENDIJK

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Issue IV

ARCHIVE COLLECTIVE

POINT B

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AUGUST ‘15


POINT B


IMAGE ON PREVIOUS PAGE: STEPHAN FERREIRA

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Point B is a curated collection of artwork, spanning across a variety of creative media, that addresses the thematic of location, distance and trajectory. With this issue we were specifically interested in understanding how different artists would approach the idea of “over there:” a sense of remoteness rooted in spatial, temporal, or conceptual realms.
 For some of our collaborators, Point B came to signify the physical setting of distant childhood recollections (Leah, Trujillo, Evans). For others it was an exploration of architectural or natural landscapes (Coletto, Eban, Ferreira, Tignanelli). Very often, the idea of detachment went hand in hand with notions of memory; we found that many of our collaborating artists attempted to celebrate, resurrect, preserve, or remember the past by embalming it in creative formats. (Cremona, Doroszenko)
 Point B also came to be defined through the representation of movement or motion, (Van den Nieuwendijk, Juno) otherworldly dimensions (Rodriguez, Cooper, Elevator Teeth), and interpretations of cartography (Eigan, Walker).

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CONTENTS

CLAUDE EIGAN
 Notions of Place
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ELEVATOR TEETH
 Graphic Design
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JOAQUIN TRUJILLO
 Los Niños
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STEPHAN FERREIRA
 Collage 52

SCARLET EVANS
 A Childhood in England
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YAEL EBAN
 Desert Conquest
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PAUL JUNO
 Painting
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JORDY V.D NIEUWENDIJK
 Painting
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JOANNE LEAH
 Acid Mass
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JAMES COOPER
 Painting / Murals
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ELENA CREMONA
 After Memory
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FRAN RODRIGUEZ
 Collage
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EWA DOROSZENKO
 Interferences
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MANUEL COLETTO
 Digital Collage
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LINDSEY WALKER
 Serigraphs
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ANTONELLA TIGNANELLI
 Photography
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Claude 
 Eigan
 NOTIONS OF PLACE
 & THE LOST IMPRESSIONS

the form of abandoned landscapes, organized chaos, and bold geometric structures that embody an illusionary map-like quality. These following images are from three distinct bodies of work: “Notions of Place,” “The Lost Impressions” and “120 DB Sunset.”
 


! ! The daughter of two architects, Claude Eigan allows a strong architectural and cartographical influence to permeate her work. She is drawn to “non-places-” places void of human presence, places with no names or locations. The deconstruction of physical context resurfaces through her artistic canon in

120 DB Sunset was created using 3000 foam earplugs, sorted by colour and shade, and fixed with resin onto two broken pieces of wall. The bright composition is evocative of the Pointillist technique, but with a cartographic twist.

120 DB SUNSET


NOTIONS OF PLACE

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“The Lost Impressions” works with landscape paintings found at a flea market. These unsigned and untitled images, many of them badly damaged, spiked Eigan’s curiosity as representations of places that have been lost and forgotten. After painting over them with gesso and pen a new curiosity emerges from the perspective of the viewer- the desire to know what was underneath the painted sections. Textual descriptions of what lies beneath the gesso surface spark the imagination and inspire the onlooker to create a mental picture of the original landscape.
 



“Notions of Place” uses materials borrowed from the domain of architecture (marble, granite, old letrasets decals) and readapted into a newly deconstructed landscape; one of organized chaos.


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THE LOST IMPRESSIONS

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“What’s left after all is gone? The wall has come down with violence, only fragments of it remains visible. Out of these left-overs, a muted landscape appears : a sunset over green mountains with such unnatural colours that it doesn’t seem real. The loudness of the world is gone, there is only nature, only a timeless landscape. An anechoic scene that contrast with the initial act of destruction : a quiet violence, a post-chaos silence.”


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Elevator
 Teeth GRAPHIC DESIGN
 ILLUSTRATION


We’re head over heels in love with Elevator Teeth’s fresh take on abstract architectural spaces.

artificial location- steps, corners, empty rooms and psychedelic art galleries.

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In the colourful signature style that brands his designs, he concocts a curious blend of digital culture, surreal forms and kawai-inspired cuteness. The result is an energetic 2 dimensional representation of

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We have great expectations for the funky projects his fantastic imagination and geometrically precise design-chops have lined up for the future.


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Elevator Teeth is a solo designer based in San Diego, California.

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He currently works with the CCOOLL collective http://ccooll.us , a group of artists/internet friends that collaborate on artistic projects. Their latest project is a risograph poster show in Antwerp, Belgium.

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http://elevatorteeth.com https://instagram.com/elevatorteeth


Joaquin 
 Trujillo PHOTOGRAPHY

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LOS NINOS !

Los Niùos is a collection of portraits depicting Joaquin Trujillo’s young nephews and neices. When Trujillo was a child, his mother would prepare his family for these elaborate occasions, dressing the children in carefully selected clothes and grooming their hair. These photos came to represent family pride and tradition, a sentiment which Trujillo has attempted to keep alive through his own art. Each of the portraits act as a visual testament not only to the beauty and dignity of the depicted individuals but also to elegance of the portrayed culture, which romantically values grace, style and valour.

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Trujillo’s photographic canon in its entirety demonstrates a deep-rooted fascination with traditional Mexican folklore and symbolisms. Trujillo was raised in a small town on the outskirts of Zacatecas. At the age of 12 he left Mexico for America, sharing a one bedroom apartment in Los Angeles with his brothers. Since then he has often returned to his parent’s ranch, adopting a nomadic stability as he travels back and forth between his Brooklyn home and his Mexican homeland. His fascination and attraction for the vibrant colours and the rich heritage of his home country continue to permeate his artistic

work, bringing a distinctive sense of proud nostalgia to his images. While many artists use photography to capture snapshots of the present, Trujillo uses his practice to reconstruct the past: remembering it, commemorating it, keeping it alive. His fierce love for colour and patterns emphasizes the dichotomy between his heritage and his artistic education, spread between two distinctive places and times.

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Joaquin Trujillo is currently based in Brooklyn.

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See more of his stunning photography at: http://joaquintrujillo.net/

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STEPHAN FERREIRA


“The act of remembering often resonates more for me than the experience itself. I begin to enjoy the experience once it stops moving, loses it’s context and is encapsulated into just one snapshot. A snapshot controlled and placed into a box of ideas.

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Recalling these memories involves handling and sorting, with the result inevitably being pieces folded over, stuck together or misplaced. Eventually what remains is less a memory and more of a creation made up of borrowed scraps, stories I tell myself and the ghostly sensory bits I might have imagined.

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It is in that space that I try to create my images. Some of the photographs used in my collages are dear to me. Many are not. But I enjoy manipulating existing figurative imagery until it has been overwrought, forgotten and remembered again. Until that affinity develops into a color, a shape, or an impression.”

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–Stephan Ferreira, Artist

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Stephan Ferreira is a visual artist based in Portland, Ore.

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Scarlet
 Evans A CHILDHOOD 
 IN ENGLAND

Scarlet Evans is a multidisciplinary designer and photographer based in London. She recently graduated from Central St. Martins College of Art and Design with a BA in Graphic Design.

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This series was winner of the Sony World Photography Organisation Student Focus award, and was exhibited at Somerset House in May.


In taking photographs, I have always tended to favour those brilliant moments that one may capture by chance. Therefore it would be inevitable that, for me, the self portrait would feel considered in comparison. However, over the course of the project I have come to see that this is not necessarily a bad thing. Forcing myself to tackle the world of self portraiture has made me realize that I can be a lot more creative than I have allowed myself to be in the past.


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I decided that it is the people, the places and the experiences in life that make a person who they are. So I looked back on these in my life. I’m an incredibly nostalgic person, so I decided to take inspiration from this. Looking back on my childhood, I revisited places I would frequent when I was younger and put my adult self in those places. I wanted the photographs to be very quiet and still; simple portraits in empty spaces. This being reflective of that place as I recall it existing only in memory, the people that made it what is was having long departed.


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The idea of doing a self portraiture project seemed to me, at the outset, incredibly daunting. As someone more comfortable behind the camera, the prospect of being in front of it, and at my own direction, made me more than a little nervous.

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http://www.scarletevans.com/


“I wanted the photographs to be very quiet and still; simple portraits in empty spaces. This being reflective of that place as I recall it existing only in memory.�

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Yael
 Eban DESERT CONQUEST

« This body of work includes photographs taken in various deserts around the world. Locations include Israel, California, and even the world’s smallest desert in Maine. The project was inspired by the mid-century Israeli initiative to make the desert bloom into a lush and habitable oasis. Rather than surveying the results of the historical initiative, this series highlights the desert’s universality, its frightening vastness, uncharted beauty, and most importantly its unique ability to surprise. The geometry of the formal landscape is contrasted by strange traces of life, making the desert appear ordinary yet peculiar, familiar yet enchanting. »

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Yael Eban is a Brooklyn-based artist who was born in Israel and raised in Indiana. She is a 2014 graduate of the MFA program in Photo, Video, & Related Media at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Her previous publications and features include BOOOOOOOM, Ain’t Bad Magazine, Paper Journal, and PHASES amongst others.

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http://www.yaeleban.com/

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Paul 
 Juno

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Paul Juno’s psychedelic and otherworldly oil paintings takes the human eye on a transfixing journey through the perspective of a macro lens. The layers of color preserve a delightful sincerity and loyalty to their materials, exposing secret air bubbles, unexpected interactions between different coats of paint, textural imperfections in the drying process… it’s rare that an artist engages in such a deep and honest dialogue with his creative medium.

The resulting photographs read like stills from a life-science documentary, exploring wild and uncharted natural landscapes. Except the rivers, mountains and volcanoes are right there on Paul Juno’s canvas. There is a strong astrological, or perhaps geological, feeling to the compositions, as if the fluidity of the colours were in a state of metamorphosis, producing and reproducing, constantly becoming something else.

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“No figure, statement, or message is forced upon the viewer; instead all that remains is color and contrast. To compliment the abstraction, I delve into observational illustration, in which I capture not only the physical attributes of the figure, but the metaphysical atmosphere that surrounds it. “ -Paul Juno

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Artist Statement 
 
 Who is Paul Juno? I am a multi-faceted artist who specializes in creating intensely intimate color harmonies through the use of impasto textured paints. All of the abstracted color paintings are created using three main tools: a palate knife, oil paint, and time. The action of the painting can be quick and aggressive, but the time it takes to let gravity finish the job is where these paintings truly shine. Their brightened contrasts, minimalistic strokes, and elegant compositional balance, truly allow these paintings to blend into any contemporary home. Color symbolizes life; its sexy wavelengths can be manipulated in an infinite amount of ways to the delight of human eyes. This body of work communicates activity, and allows your eyes to move throughout the composition with glee. No figure, statement, or message is forced upon the viewer; instead all that remains is color and contrast. To compliment the abstraction, I delve into observational illustration, in which I capture not only the physical attributes of the figure, but the metaphysical atmosphere that surrounds it. Battling ideas like 'what does your minds eye look like?' promotes experimental progress, and that is where true provocative ideas sprout
 
 http://www.pauljunoart.com/ http://pauljuno.tumblr.com/archive

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Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk


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Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk’s
 unique paintings are fluid, effortless and yet so vibrant and energetic that each artwork takes on a pulsating life of its own, seducing you with its organic motion. Like a puzzle, each boldly painted line carves its own trajectory through the canvas, carefully interacting with other elements and finding its own place within the composition. The end result is chaotic, humorous, and wonderfully unpretentious. Primary colours, simple shapes, child-like impressions of plants and animals: Jordy's work is heartwarming in a way that makes you want to pick up the canvas and give it a big hug. Nieuwendijk's signature style has an impressive way of emanating motion. The brushstrokes seem to shift, dance, and wiggle. Colours pulse. The stark whiteness of the background flows between the lines that contain it. Like magic, his paintbrush brings paintings to life.

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Jordy van den Nieuwendijk is a Dutch artist working out of his studio in The Hague. He completed his artistic training at the The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, and then, allegedly bored with his own creative trajectory, returned to orchestrate a ceremonial funeral for his artist persona in the back yard of the Academy. Since this symbolic moment of rebirth he's been embracing a fresh new style, that has caught the attention of major international brands such as Bloomberg Business, Converse, Elle, Kitsuné, the New York Times, Urban Outfitters, Le Coq Sportif, Vogue, and VICE magazine.
 


Archive Collective is proud

and delighted to have Jordy as a collaborator in our fourth issue, and we wish him all the best in his future creative endeavours.

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www.jordyvandennieuwendijk.nl https://instagram.com/ jvdnieuwendijk/ https://www.facebook.com/ jordyvandennieuwendijk


Joanne
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“When I was a child, I would explore the woods behind my house. I ventured alone, following a small creek. One winter day, I deviated from my usual path. As I walked, I heard a man shout. A pack of barking dogs ran towards me. I immediately dropped to the snowy ground and pretended to be dead. I held my breath. The dogs surrounded me, sniffing and snorting. I had never felt that kind of fear before, the dear of being eaten alive.� 111


Joanne Leah's Acid Mass portrays a series of contorted body parts, arranged like design elements, and juxtaposed with ordinary yet highlystylized props. Using jewel-inspired colors as the primary backdrop to her narrative, she takes us on a mysterious and eerie trip though a series of staged fairy tale crimes. Her ritualistic imagery draws from her own childhood recollections, exploring themes of isolation, detachment, and self-identity. Every prop or symbol used- a blanket, a piece of rope, a plastic bag, traces back to a personal and specific

memory- some nostalgic and some traumatic. The name of the series is equally anecdotal: as a rebellious teenager Joanne would go to Catholic mass still hallucinating on acid trips from the night before, an early visual experience that has inspired her ongoing fascination for bright colours, surreal imagery and abstract textures. We love the way her enigmatic photography ignites the curiosity of the viewer, inspiring us to search within our own minds for clues and interpretations.

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Joanne Leah is a German born photographer based in Brooklyn, New York See more of her work here: http://joanneleah.com/ @twofacedkitten

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James Cooper’s charming illustrations delve into a strange and surreal fantasy world, populated by a host of long-limbed creatures.

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In a style that is evocative of Doctor Seuss , albeit with a contemporary street-art twist, Cooper takes us for a stroll through exciting two dimensional sceneries. His penchant for wobbly lines, his complete disregard for notions of perspective and proportion, and his use of bold, simplistic colour palettes all add to the childlike beauty of his artwork. 123


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James Cooper is a visual artist based in Perth, Australia, focusing on hetauma illustration through the form of drawing, print, painting and murals. James interprets second hand imagery sourced from the internet, piles of national geographic magazines and immediate surroundings; into scenes of abstracted objects and characters, creating an amalgamation of pop culture and everything hyper-dumb. James has received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Curtin University, and is involved with local art gang “Loser Unit�, a lo-fi art/graffiti/design collective. showcasing national and international artists through zines and exhibitions.

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james-cooper.com.au

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Elena Cremona AFTER MEMORY

These dreamlike photographs, shot on infrared film to produce a hazy and distorted effect, speak to our inherent desire to deconstruct and reassemble fragmented images of our past.


Elena Cremona’s After Memory series documents the quest to unravel certainty from our nostalgic recollections. Personal memories- intangible flashes of emotion, belonging, and experiences, are deeply connected to physical locations and spatial triggers. Through her photography, Cremona chooses to document the two places that hold the most personal relevance to her: Santa Cruz in California and the ghostly island of Iceland. In doing so she reiterates the act of nostalgia, not as a fleeting wave of emotion but rather as a conscious rebellion against the forward motion of

time, and the consequent oblivion that forgetfulness brings.

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Cremona’s work tends to root itself in social documentary, environmental portraiture and landscape reportage, often while experimenting with a variety of new medias and techniques. Some underlying themes in her work include the exploration of distant memories and the experience of nostalgia, as well as concern for the increasing social and environmental issues surrounding the destruction of nature and its irreplaceable landscapes.


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Elena Cremona was born in 1991 to an Italian father and a German mother. She has lived and worked in Munich, California and Londo and Dorset, where she she received a Bachelor Degree in Photography from the Arts University of Bournemouth.

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COLLAGE


We caught up with art director and collage artist Lacabezaenlasnubes, aka Fran Rodriquez, to find out more about the mind that lies behind his dreamy surrealist collage. AC: WHAT’S YOUR MOST VIVID MEMORY? 


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FR: I have many vivid memories, My mind works in a very visual way so I hold on to extremely vivid scenes from throughout my life… but I’d say one of the oldest and most significant is of being dropped off at kindergarten at 3 or 4 years old, and looking through the window to see my mother waving at me. I remember all the the sadness on her face and in my heart so vividly, the way she was standing there on the balcony wearing her pyjamas, the clothes i was wearing that day, everything. I hated school with a passion those days, in the exact same way I hate any kind of authority now as an adult.

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AC: TELL YOU ONE OF YOUR RECURRING DREAMS FR: I used to dream that I was flying across my hometown, while sitting on an old car tyre. It was a soft and fluid flight across the familiar streets of my childhood. On my journey i’d pause and stop outside the windows of girls I used to have crushes on, catching a sneak peek of their private domestic lives.


AC: WHAT WOULD YOUR SPIRIT ANIMAL BE? FR: A Vulture. I’ve always admired their elegant and lazy way of life, not trying too hard to do anything, getting food without a struggle, flying effortlessly through the warm air streams.

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AC: IF YOU COULD BE LOST IN A FICTIONAL SETTING FOREVER’ FR: I’d love to get lost in Cicely, the Alaskan village from the 90’s tv show “Northern Exposure”. I’d be extremely happy living among those powerful people and surrounded by that gorgeous landscape.

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AC: WHICH ARTIST OR THINKER DO YOU IDENTIFY WITH MOST AND WHY? FR: Timothy Leary, i think he was one of the most lucid and beautiful humans of all time.


AC: TELL US ABOUT YOUR FAVOURITE PLACE IN THE WORLD FR: My bed. I Can both sleep and travel the outer space lying on its soft surface.

AC: WHICH IS YOUR FAVOURITE OF THE FIVE SENSES?

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FR: I’d say sight and hearing, If you tell me to choose only one, I guess i’d stick to sight. This world is too beautiful to live in the darkness.


AC: TELL US A SECRET. When I was 18-19 years old I spent several months pretending to go to college when all I was doing was getting up early, going to the garage and spending hours sleeping in a sleeping bag, reading, and drawing. My parents still have no clue‌though I guess they wouldn’t even care after all these years.


AC: WHAT’S YOUR 
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AC: WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE ARTWORK IN HISTORY? “The Garden of Earthly Delights” by Hieronymus Bosch


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RODRIGUEZ is a graphic designer from Cantabria (Spain), born in 1980, now living in Barcelona. 
 


Since 2002 he has been working to live by and demonstrate the fact that beautiful things, carefree days and good music rules the world.

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www.lacabezaenlasnubes.com www.facebook.com/lacabezaenlasnubes lacabezaenlasnubes.tumblr.com/ www.lacabezaenlasnubes.bigcartel.com

With ample experience in Offline and Online Art Directing, animation, editing and video postproduction, Lacabezaenlasnubes makes himself available for collaborative freelance project. During the past 10 years he has been working hand in hand with agencies as well as freelance for companies such as Prisa Group, “Acción Contra el Hambre”, Heineken, ING, HSBC and Lucky Strike amongst others.

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Ewa Doroszenko

COLLECTIONS OF INTERFERENCES
 FROM THE HARDANGERFJORD

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Ewa Doroszenko’s prints are sparse, pared down, and confined to a black, white and grey monochromatism. The images in this particular series draw on the affective and irrational side of our perception, fossilizing in memory the place of their creation: an intersection between Ewa’s own mind and the physical location of her artistic residency. As a starting point, her collages trace back to photographic material from lifestyle magazines, painting albums and atlases. From here, digital graphics illustrate the flow of visual material: collecting, archiving, reproduction in the context of modern times. The title of the digital collages direct our attention to the interplay between the real and the imaginary: The “Collections of interferences from the Hardangerfjord”

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These digital collages printed on archival paper were prepared during a month-long artist-in-residency at Kunstnarhuset Messen, Ålvik, Norway, 2015.

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Ewa Doroszenko (1983) – Doctor of Arts in Fine Arts, received her DFA degree from the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland. Her works encompass painting, photography and digital collage. Recipient of many scholarships and beneficiary of residency programs, she was nominated to STRABAG ArtAward International 2014, 11th Athens Digital Arts Festival 2015, and 7th INCUBARTE International Art Festival in Valencia 2015. Lives and works in Warsaw, Poland. Ewa Doroszenko’s work is often directly related to the space it is exhibited or performed in: the paintings on canvas, although they could be perceived individually, are usually exhibited as part of a larger composition, stimulating an interaction between the elements

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Exhibition View, Norway 2015

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Manuel 
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“Anarchitecture” and “Landscape and Geometry” are a series of digital collages that investigate the relationship between artificial and natural components within landscapes. In both works the contrast between architecture and nature is tense and unstable. Manmade structures and geometrical objects become part of the wild and self-organized wilderness, but also remain visibly distinct.

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“I see architecture as a space where actions and relationships between human beings and nature become tangible, with landscapes serving as the medium. Our actions are always related to nature; sometimes working in harmony with it, sometimes working against it.�

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-Manuel Coletto, Architect and Visual Artist

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Manuel Coletto was born in Venice, Italy in 1986. In 2009 he graduated in Architecture from IUAV University of Venice and went on to participate in a six-month Erasmus program in Bruxelles. He received his master degree in Architecture in Rome in 2013. Manuel currently works and lives in Berlin.


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"This series of serigraph prints addresses the concept of shape and identity through the fluid nature of the ambiguous shape and its role as a universal signifier. It focuses on our human tendency to assign purpose and meaning to these shapes and through an exploration of composition and color, examine the resulting relationship created between the anonymous object and its generated identity."


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-Lindsey Walker, Visual Artist

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Lindsey Walker is a Portland-based artist. She is currently working through an open ended series of serigraphs and large scale graphite drawings exploring shape and anonymity.

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Her work can be viewed at: lindsey-walker.com

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PHOTOGRAPHY

Antonella
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"My work hopes to immerse the viewer inside a twister of colors and textures that result in a sense of optimism and lightness. It’s a window to a fresh take and perspective on the very banal things that surround us.�

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“Most of the buildings I focus in would seem to be unattractive at first glance, not worthy of any architectural analysis. However, by abstracting them and emphasizing some of the formal elements, I can construct compositions that highlight outstanding qualities, otherwise lost in the quotidian.�

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- Antonella Tignanelli, Photographer

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Antonella Tignanelli is an Argentinian self-taught photographer who currently lives and works in New York City. She's also a food designer and a professional chef. See more of her work at: antonellatignanelli.com


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