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Átimo is a series of works that approach the relationship between time and fragments, questioning the stillness as part of an endless kind of movement. The presence of matter and the effects that light creates on the textured surface dialogues with the tension between fraction/individual and the hole.
Átimo I explores the variation of black on blacks, inviting the spectator to relate with the different hues that can be absorbed depending on the clarity and lightness of the space. The cold and polished metal element contrasts with the organic and ancestral presence of the charcoal, creating another layer of symbolism to the body of the work.
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Átimo I Sculpture

Diana Lobo

Brazil

Sculpture, Charcoal on Stainless Steel

Size: 43.3 W x 43.3 H x 1.5 D in

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Átimo is a series of works that approach the relationship between time and fragments, questioning the stillness as part of an endless kind of movement. The presence of matter and the effects that light creates on the textured surface dialogues with the tension between fraction/individual and the hole. Átimo I explores the variation of black on blacks, inviting the spectator to relate with the different hues that can be absorbed depending on the clarity and lightness of the space. The cold and polished metal element contrasts with the organic and ancestral presence of the charcoal, creating another layer of symbolism to the body of the work.

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Sculpture:Charcoal on Stainless Steel

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:43.3 W x 43.3 H x 1.5 D in

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Born in 1984 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Diana Lobo explores the authorial literature and the various nuances of the written text, having found in concrete poetry - and later in marginal poetry, a link of interest with the visual arts. Her research focuses on reconciling the written text with the visual language, and her influences range from writers to artists such as Antonin Artaud, Sergio Camargo, Louise Bourgeois, Gunter Uecker, Alicja Kwade, Olafur Eliasson, and Ana Cristina Cesar. Her work feeds on concepts of Brazilian neo-concretism, especially the "Frente" movement that took place in 1959 in Rio de Janeiro. In her first participation in an international exhibition, he presented the installation Fuga at Arte Laguna Prize in Venice. The immersive work addressed issues related to self-expression and femininity. Diana is also publishing her first book of poetry, A Nudez da Palavra, in 2020.

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