Based in Aachen-Lichtenbusch, Germany.
Gisela Engeln-Müllges is a mathematician, sculptor and painter. Art has always been a passion, but it was only after her retirement in 2005 that she began to actively work as an artist.
For twenty-one years, she was the assistant and partner of the sculptor and painter Prof. Benno Werth (1929 - 2015); she was also his student from 2006. He invented the so-called negative form and casting process for metals in 1962, which Gisela Engeln-Müllges also employs in making her bronze and aluminium sculptures with intricate cut-outs and no welding seams.
Her work was first exhibited in late 2014. It is defining feature is the interplay between the energetic essence of her painting and the logical expressivity of her sculpture. Engeln-Müllges ́s works thus unite the pioneering Spirit of informal art with mathematics.
Gisela Engeln-Müllges has shown her artworks at thirty exhibitions in the last six years, eleven of which are solo exhibitions, at venues including the Stadtmuseum Riesa with the Benno Werth-Sammlung, in galleries in Strasbourg, Mönchengladbach, Karlsruhe, Landgraaf and Vaals (NL), Münster and Aachen, as feel as two permanent exhibitions in Aachen. She has taken in twelve international art fairs in Monaco, Strasbourg, Karlsruhe (x2), Budapest (x3), Paris (x2), Brussels, Zurich and London. At the London Biennale in 2019, she received an award for special excellence.
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Rose Marie Bellemur
The way in which artworks are made varies considerably from piece to piece. Some of them are thinly painted while others are more complex. There is a suggestion throughout of flux and a strong sense of arriving at an image rather than the creation of a fixed representation. There is not necessary to draw up universe limits, we can get a new unlimited line, each visible fragment has an infinity appearance.
As an artist, I have suffered different stages: figurative paintings, geometric, landscapes and collages. The painting process comforts us to the visibility of abstraction, still remain loyal to proceed. My goal is to get the latest limit lines, exploring latest figuration possibilities, with the support of the stylistic abstraction by using large canvases format, like a good way to drive mi oil painting, which is my favourite, but I also use acrylic, ink, watercolours, coloured pencils and pigments.
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Francis Dimmers & Hadrien Cupper (Estudio Juliette)
Based in Ibiza.
Estudio Juliette was born from the collaboration between Francis Dimmers and Hadrien Cupper. They thought about drawing a lamp with recycled materials: used neon tubes, straps recovered from car engines and boat accessories. We never liked cold, pale neon lights. A dead light that destroys the relief of its surroundings.
Our main goal is to give these tubes a second life, a chance to catch up and finally offer warm, gold, pontoon lighting. On the other hand, we noticed that in the heart of our cells, there were microscopic elements that looked strangely like our lamp: the centrioles.
CENTRIOLO is made with different recycled materials, industrial style. Therefore, it is important to be able to accept differences between the tubes and a relative disorder in the finishes of their ends.
This art piece is handcrafted and limited to manufacture. On demand only.
There are never two identical lamps. They all are unique. Each lamp is numbered and dated by an engraving on one of its elements.
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