ELENA NANASTINA. WANDERING MUSIC 0+ Automatic translate
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Творческий кластер “АРТМУЗА”
Васильевский остров, 13 линия, дом 70-72
Gallery "Artist’s Workshop", 3rd floor.
Lace artist Elena Nenastina travels the world and in every new place tries to find and visualize his music. She depicts the internal rhythms of architecture in the author’s technique, organically weaving lace into graphics.
Elena Nenastina - Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, has been working with lace for several decades, in the late 1970s she was an artist at the Eletsky Lace factory, and today her works are kept in the collections of the Yelets Museum of Lace and the Russian Museum. She created an author’s technique that allows her to work with structure and make landscapes of different parts of the globe multifaceted and even "musical", rhythmic. Combining lace textures, acrylics, pastels and oil in graphics, she embodies the images of cities - Russian, European, Oriental, gracefully weaves elements of abstraction and deformation of space to express the invisible rhythm and movement of structures that create the inner melody of this or that place.
The vision through sound began in the city of the artist’s childhood - Yelets, where, according to her, "in the summer, every courtyard sounded its own music, and each was painted in its own color." Each of the cities she visited during her travels had its own melody, and this prompted the artist to think that the space of each of them has its own unique invisible structure. Trying to rethink its forms, create their layers and shifts, the author tries to visualize musical rhythms and build an image that will sound, connect space and time, even create parallel worlds.
The geography of Elena Nenastina’s routes is quite wide; she has participated in more than 100 exhibitions in Russia and abroad, including at the UN Headquarters in Geneva and at the international art salon in Lausanne. The works are kept in museums of contemporary art in China and South Korea, in the Ministry of Culture of the state of Brunei Darussalam and other public and private collections. As part of the exhibition in Artmuz, she is preparing, in a sense, a musical and visual map of the world, on which she will present the images of cities in Russia, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Curator - Marina Gurevich.
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