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Basal Elements. Transience
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Basal Elements. Transience Drawing

Ariadna Dane

United Kingdom

Drawing, Ink on Paper

Size: 23.2 W x 33.1 H x 0 D in

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Inspired by organic cells, fossils, minerals and flowers, the artist used India ink in combination with elements of the ancient Japanese Suminagashi technique of paper marbling. The aim was to create visual forms and textures that imitate and amplify nature. Due to the qualities of the materials used, the process of making was very fluid and alive, the resulting elements are partly calculation and partly chance; the outcome of both ceding the artist’s control over the process and being acutely aware of the development of forms and textures. Just like in nature, every element is unique and cannot be repeated. Cutouts, made alongside the ink elements, both echo and contrast them, serving as an allusion to the fragility of our nature. The artwork evokes a sense of meditative calm and tranquillity and invites for a moment of quiet reflection. India ink on beautifully textured 210gsm khadi paper handmade in south India from 100% cotton rugs.

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Drawing:Ink on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:23.2 W x 33.1 H x 0 D in

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Ariadna Dane is an artist living and working in London, UK. Through her upbringing in Siberia and travelling, she has discovered a connection to nature, which has become a source of inspiration for her evolving art practice. The creative process involves experimentation with techniques to imitate and amplify nature. Dane creates forms and textures that have a natural aesthetic and quality, reminiscent of organic cells, celestial structures, basic life forms or fossils. Due to the nature of materials and techniques used, the process of making is fluid and alive. The resulting forms and textures are partially chance and partially calculation; the outcome of both ceding the artist’s control over the process and being acutely aware of the development of forms and textures. Just like in nature, every resulting element is unique and cannot be repeated. To complete her compositions, the artist uses a combination of cut-out and collage techniques. Cutouts, made alongside the ink elements, both echo and contrast them. They serve as an allusion to the fragility of our nature. Dane's work is held in private and corporate collections internationally.

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