Leaving a Mark
Leaving a Mark is a series about loss, memories, and images-marks. Loss is a deprivation. A lack of something, the absence creates a ‘blackness’ that signs us, traces its non-presence; Leaving a mark that we are not able to erase and that is impossible to hide completely or to heal. The work narrates an intimate story, in which real and unreal mix together. Giving new life to colours, feelings, fragments, flashes of memories, and experiences that are already part of our past but remain in the present through images-marks. My practice evolves through a series of family portraits, still lifes and landscapes. The body, as much as the landscape and still lifes, became the inscribed surface of events.
Ieva Austinskaitė • David Barreiro • Laura Besançon • Mireille Chambre • George Wong Yung Choon • Georgia Clemson • Mathias Hartmann • Elena Helfrecht • Heun Jung Kim • Dawoon Kim • Wenqingao Reven Lei • Sara Marinangeli • Ida Nissen • Giulia Parlato • Claire Powell • Loreal Prystaj • Yingying Shen • Yunqi Tang • Gueorgui Tcherednitchenko • Matthew Rhys Thompson • Christel Pilkaer Thomsen • Dana Ysol • Letian Zhou •