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Happiness of a sunny day Print

luise eru

Brazil

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This work is digitally produced, its physical appearance is on canvas, 100% cotton, with mineral pigmentation paint and anti-mold treatment, it has gallery and museum exhibition quality with a durability of 200 years. The quality of the production is guaranteed by a visual arts studio called Artmosphere where I produced works that have already been sold on the platform. To maintain the originality and exclusivity of the works that were sold, the digital files were excluded, thus ensuring that there will be no other print in the same quality that was sold and will not have the certificate of authenticity and signature of Luise Eru. The creation process goes through digital painting, digital collage, choosing characters that complement and emphasize the emotions of the aesthetic narrative I want to create. If you want to know more about my inspirations or why I do my work and a little bit of my history, it's all explained by me in the bio of the page.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Hello, I'm Luise Eru, an artist born on January 25, 1998. My parents are simple, my mother is a seamstress and my father repairs washing machines. I was raised by my great-uncles on my father's side, both of whom are now deceased. My images come from the emotions created by my daily life, creating something that transcends imagination. Having my culture crossed by cultural industrialization, which no longer accepts it in its original format, having to express its feelings according to the evolution of the market and capital generated by the cultural consumption of the history of a people. Creating interference in my interpretation of signs according to their manifestation in objects and images in the perception of the cultural construction of large metropolises. Analyzing how the cultural metamorphosis occurs in the great cultural centers and what is my role in this new urban narrative. Where artistic concepts are cataloged in order to produce capital, which not only affects the mass media, but the contemporary art market itself. With new forms of production aimed at capital, techniques adapted to accompany an exhaustive creative pace of production. They make the market empty of original concepts and reinforce the mass production of the same image or work of art only as a social status and decoration item, not as the cultural identity of a people or group of people. Relying on a purely aesthetic narrative devoid of concept or emotion. Through my work I try to create an aesthetic narrative where the concept expresses emotions and experiences, producing works that visually impact the public, bringing to light a place of belonging and cultural development. Using techniques from industrialization itself to create cultural identity and identification with ancestry with groups that resemble me. Present in hip hop culture, pop culture, historical events, cinema and my everyday experience to create an image that conveys individual concepts thus talking to the audience's history, I create an abstract vision of the future. Criticizing cultural poles that ignore the subjectivity of being black, ignoring their experiences and emotions generated in urban life that excludes them. Emotions, feelings and desires, passion, anguish, strength and beauty, everything is portrayed in flowers and characters present in my work, representing the very feeling present there, like dreams, love and hopes that are beautiful, but very fragile in this reality.

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