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Clastromania (2016)

Author: Merav Leibkuechler
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Clastromania and Clastromania II are the final results of a process that started on the stage during a performance and finished in the studio. The inspiration came mostly from the stage situation that was complex and chaotic involving dance, music, and theatre, and deepened in the studio. Merav kept using the same colors that she was allowed to use during the performance and was strict with the basic lines and forms that she first made. The chaos and complexity represent pleasure, greed, frustration, and dead-end on one canvas. “I wanted to have an atmosphere of complexity and tension that highlights the contrasts between human desires and the pain that they create.”
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Merav, born in Israel, completed her contemporary dance studies at the Matte Asher School for Performing Arts. She currently lives and practices in Berlin, and graduated from the Universität der Künste in 2019 with a Masters degree in arts and the ‘Recognition Award’ for the Helmut-Thoma Foundation. Merav has been nominated for many artistic awards for her work, which has been featured in exhibitions around Europe.

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  • Acrylic, Spray Paint on Canvas
  • Abstract
  • Unframed
  • Dimensions: 92 x 160
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