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Innu dark-eye Artwork - Limited Edition of 20

Evie Hendriks


Mixed Media, Digital on Fine Art Paper

Size: 10.4 W x 18.5 H x 0.2 D in

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Innu. A set of selfies. My reflection as a vague distorted outline in a shiny object taking a selfie. I've placed a tiny paper collage on the reflecting surface. This action allows me to merge three distinct realities into a single image. When these three dimensions are brought together, it creates a strange, captivating sight where it's hard to tell where my reflection ends, my collage begins, and the real world starts. Everything blends surprisingly. Blurring the lines between dimensions.

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Mixed Media:Digital on Fine Art Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:10.4 W x 18.5 H x 0.2 D in

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Zero-gravity, Artist statement. For more than two decades, my artistic journey has been an exploration of  the forgotten and decaying fragments of materials we leave behind. My art is a tribute to beauty found in decay, a visual celebration of the fragility of forgotten fragments, and a experiment with the infinite possibilities of recombination. I have dedicated my time to the art of collecting, curating and recombining found materials, with a particular fascination with partially decayed pieces of paper. These fragile, faded remnants of daily life have become my inspiration, each one of astonishing beauty to be uncovered and transformed when picked out of the piles of paper folders, digital folders and boxes I’ve collected. In time, collages made by hand or several apps emerge from this personal archive. The last years I started making works in my Koke-dera serie. Koke dera is the Japanese name for moss temple. It is the unofficial name for the Saihō-ji Temple in Kyoto. Experiencing the moss gardens of Koke-dera inspired me to make these landscapes out of the found pieces paper I collected and digitized.The softness of a parc covered in moss. It all seems like one big fluffy pillow without limits for a moment. Heaven merges with earth, everything green. A world of softness where every jarring sound, forceful movement, or harsh light is absorbed and disempowered. In 2010 I started making velvety prints on handmade paper. Edits in Photoshop of details from previous collages. Almost monochrome blow-ups. Due to the absorbent effect of the paper, the ink became like moss. Over the years, I have been able to achieve the feel of the moss gardens better with misty landscapes. Images in which the boundary between heaven and earth blur and gravity seems to disappear for a moment.​​​​​​​ These works are an attempt to visualize this ideal of an upholstered world, offering a quiet solace and a gentle sense of well-being. This attempt is not one of grandeur but seeks beauty in the small, the subdued, and the modest; an image that nods to the familiar and gracefully transcends it when you have a better look at it.

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