7/32 scraps of my dreams about you Collage by Yulia Shibirkina

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7/32 scraps of my dreams about you

Yulia Shibirkina



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The presented collages are a series of works entitled "32 pieces of my dreams about you" and are part of the #miraclegraphicarts project. #miraclegraphicarts is modern myth. immortalized moments of transformation reality into a mythological space. the creative process is the way realization of mythological consciousness. the images found reveal in themselves the elements of prelogical thinking. in the process of working with the image, an intuitive knowledge of the environment and internal the world. organization and consolidation of this connection. identifying their unity. astute graphics reveal the secret transforming a visual experience into a spiritual one. Size of work: 28.5x20.5 on paper Author: Yulia Shibirkina The presented two collages are one sheet of art book "32 pieces of my dreams about you". Photos of all sheets and the cost of the artbook can be provided upon request.

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Size:8.1 W x 11.2 H x 0 D in

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I am 36 years old I am an artist and photographer. • 1984 November 22 in the city of Kalush, Ivano-Frankivsk region, Western Ukraine. I was born under very dramatic circumstances without a father, and my mother never told anything about him, I only know that, being pregnant, she corresponded with my father and she chose to hide the fact of my birth from him. My mother is a delicate, vulnerable soul who could not cope with the pain that brought her life. Partly from her - while still in the womb, I adopted the drama that is present in my photographs. • 1990 I am 6 years old, and I am moving to the city of Surgut, Western Siberia, Russia, with my grandparents who worked on a rotational basis in chemistry. industry. Actually, they were engaged in the upbringing of little Julia. Since my mother was not able to take care of the child, because she was mentally unhealthy. • 1990-2009 school. school. correspondence course at the Faculty of Law. work in a notary office 2005 - 2009 as an office worker. This is a difficult time for me. Bad personal relationships. Traumatic experiences associated with unsuccessful pregnancies. Brother's grave illness. Wandering, seeking love, fear and pain. at the age of 25, I meet and fall in love by correspondence with a young man who lives in a small town Yuzhny, Odessa region, Ukraine, and move to him for permanent residence. My environment cannot understand why I am moving. But I am returning to my homeland and striving for my love. • 2010 I got married and am still married. The relationship with my husband becomes a salvation for me, it helps me to find myself, to shape myself and helps to find a way to express myself - photography. I fell in love with this person so much that I wanted to express this love in art. • 2011-2015 study at the Faculty of Art and the defense of a diploma in graphic techniques. the topic of the diploma "one day in the life" was a difficult study. Since I entered a higher educational institution without artistic training, and at a fairly adult age of 27 years. The teachers told me that I was not Van Gogh and that it was not worth starting so late. But again, a driving force arises in my life - love - love for art. • 2015-2020 artistic practice associated with graphic techniques and photography, giving way to periodic insecurity in himself and in his work.

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