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Margot van de Stolpe and Robin Noorda collaborate in the project 'Ultra Vanity' and use a special technique in a series of still life photographs. "The concept of our baroque series 'Ultra Vanity' sheds new light on plants, flowers, food, natural history objects and taxidermy objects. We arrange these in the 'vanitas' way of the old masters, while capturing the still life in a contemporary perception. By means of the so called 'Ultra Violet Induced Visible Fluorescence' (UVIVF) technique, organic matter presents an unfamiliar colour scheme. Hereby we enter the domain of insects and birds that can see in the UV spectrum the secret messages of plants. The stamens of flowers light up bright as they have to lure insects and flower leaves show patterns that act as landing strips, leading the way to the nectar. Through this magical perception shift in nocturnal colours, we aim to achieve an experience of awe and awakening. We think a different perspective and a broader spectrum invokes one to see more..."
Photography Print:Color on Other
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10
Size:35.4 W x 23.6 H x 0.4 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Handling:Ships in a wooden crate for additional protection of heavy or oversized artworks. Crated works are subject to an $80 care and handling fee. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
Ships From:Artist's studio in Netherlands.
After graduating from art college Margot designed monumental art on rollshutters for Hajenius and Bonebakker on the Rokin in Amsterdam. She also designed and executed 2 wallpaintings, 4 x 13 meters, for the church of the Sacred Hart in Haarlem. In 1995 she established 'The Monumental Tile', a studio for designing mainly monumental art on tile tableaus for interiors. Her work is characterised by a powerfull, virtuous designlining with an expressive monumental idiom. Since 2010 Margot is a member of art movement 'Tropism'. Her autonomous work consists mainly of photography and photocollages. Patterns and elements of landscapes are combined in order to create a new perception of reality. Patterns derived from nature, are the underlying structure that is under pressure and is moulded and shaped. She works like a painter with photographic material that she builds by stacking several layers on top of each other and composes thereby a new vision on reality.
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