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The Other Side of the Moon - Second Appearance Sculpture

Marina Nelson

Canada

Sculpture, Fabric on Plastic

Size: 29 W x 29 H x 4 D in

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About The Artwork

The moon cycle music pours lightly into my pores. My body dances gently to the eternal rhythm. An existential exploration of ins and outs, of duality and oneness, of planetary alignments and our moods according to the waning of the moon. I used my own old clothes for ripping them into thin ribbons and then knitting, weaving, crocheting and manipulating new surfaces into oneness - it's about being part of one big self, in the end. The circular form is comprised of two plastic hula hoops bound together with fabric ribbons. The artwork is equipped with hanging wire in the back. This artwork works well together with its sister creation - "The Other Side of the Moon -First Appearance". You can hang them side by side, or slightly buried into each other, like a photo in details shows. They do grow into each other. A little bit magical, a little bit whimsical, a bit funny, and a lot - reminding me of a moon face - when I look at its big round face. Moon portraiture in soft revelations.

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Sculpture:Fabric on Plastic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:29 W x 29 H x 4 D in

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Poetry, music, rebellion, femininity, humour and wonder of my world reveal themselves in images, both soft and hard, always mysterious, always in layers of meaning. My stories emerge like flowers opening up their petals, one at a time, as I try to bring to light all the facets of a certain moment in time, of a beautiful memory. But in the end, or in the beginning, it's all about love. I explore painting as a connection to our human vulnerability, of which love is its ultimate manifestation. https://www.instagram.com/gone_with_chinook/

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