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What is Real Painting

Birgitte Moos


Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 29 W x 29 H x 0.4 D in

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"What is Real" is inspired by neuropsychological brain measurements of the brainwaves during meditation. The meditation is focussed on Hinduistic practices regarding being present in the now. I hope this painting makes the ​viewer reflect on​ what really matters in life!

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:29 W x 29 H x 0.4 D in

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Birgitte works in an interdisciplinary manner to combine art, theory and function. Utilizing the vibrant space and surroundings of the City Birgitte exhibits visual art works often focusing on the totality of an environment reflecting all aspects of her art and vice versa. Holding a degree in set design from Denmark's Royal College of Fine Arts in Copenhagen (former Denmark's College of Design), Birgitte also studied painting and set design at The Berlin University of Arts under Achim Freyer who recently staged The Ring Cycle at the LA Opera. As a Visual Artist and Set Designer, Birgitte has been involved in numerous projects in theater, short films, videos, performances and gallery exhibitions internationally, also lecturing in set design, amongst Station Next under Zentropa Productions by Danish Filmdirector Lars von Trier and at University of La Verne in LA. In 2011 Birgitte's set design for the staging of "˜The Arsonists' at The Odyssey Theater in Los Angeles was nominated as set design of the year by LA Weekly. In 2012 Birgitte was selected from thousands as one of ten finalists in the Saatchi Gallery's Open Call for Abstract Art. In April this year she was the Featured Artist at the Downtown Artwalk LA curated out of Artists from all LA. In October 2009 she was an Artist in Residence at Director Robert Wilson's Watermill Center in South Hampton, NY researching and lecturing for a book she is writing about current interdisciplinary stage design. A subject that she got urged to apply for a Phd. in at Columbia University, NYC by Theater Arts Chair Arnold Aronson. 'THE MEMORY PALACE PROJECT.' Some of her latest works, paintings, shown at the Phantom Galleries, LA 2007, Edgar Varela Fine Arts LA 2009, Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts LA 2011, Bleicher Capporale Gallery LA 2011 and Westphall Gallery, Copenhagen 2008, is a research into the use of color that she had a resistance towards combining, overcoming the fear of becoming vulgar. Abstract shapes and patterns that typically turns the laws of gravity upside down. Being classically trained in drawing for years, this is expressed through the decisions of abstract shapes on the canvas. Working with 3 dimensional spatial effects in the dimensions & spatial placement, where the perception (of course) depends on the point of view. Square paintings on display.

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