Nora Bork -The Lady with the Ermine

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Publ. 07.3.2019

The Lady with the Ermine is one of -in total- four women portraits of Leonardo DaVinci and got produced during the years of 1488 and 1490.The young woman you see is Cecilia Gallerani, mistress of the former duke of Milan. But this has never been her only role – she was well known as one of the most beautiful and talented poets of her time.

Originally, this piece of art was a remittance work, which the Duke wanted to get produced.

…But there is still the question of  what is has to do with the ermine on the woman’s arm.?! – Actually, Leonardo DaVinci clearly and specifically alludes to the duke, whose nickname was The White Ermine.

To let you face Cecilia’s smile, producer Nora Bork was using the stop-motion technique.

Stop Motion Animation is a technique used in animation to bring static objects to life on screen. This is done by moving the object in increments while filming a frame per increment. When all the frames are played in sequence it shows movement.

Nora Borks’ video is a nice example of how mediatization and technization can be used to bring us closer to artworks. In this case, it is about the creation of a new possibility to directly interact with the art piece. This new access is in addition a clever way to trigger the viewers mind and let him create stories about this mystical young woman with the Ermine on her arm.

The Cut In

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Publ. 04.17.2019

»The Cut In« is a duo project formed by an artist, Saverio Tonoli, and a designer, Nona Schmidt, from Berlin.
Between Art and Design – collage is a common topic between the work of the two of them. They paint, cut and compose their images using analogue and digital techniques as part of their creative procedures.

This project investigates glass and its possibilities, not only as a material but as a medium to explore colours, forms and structures.

»Cut In« reinterprets traditional leaded windows and their immersive quality by juxtaposing different layers of coloured glass and integrating the glass collages in the architecture.

»Cut In« are in fact thought to be installed in the space, where transparent and coloured glass shapes blends, overlap and transform themselves under the intervention of light.

A starting point of the project has been the exploration of colours, discovering combinations of harmonic and disharmonic colours in relation with Runge’s theory of colours.

The collages are made out of one painted image on glass. Through different breaking techniques which they call the »Bruchtest«, the painted image is exposed to an unknown factor creating new situations to work with and finally arranged and repainted into one single piece.

YOUR ART BEAT EXHIBITION

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Publ. 01.21.2019

…where the digital becomes physical. Artists of the YOUR ART BEAT MARKET

-EXHIBITION – GROUP SHOW-

…where the digital becomes physical

is not only the moving motive behind the YOUR ART BEAT MARKET, now it also becomes an active program in a non-virtual form! For the first time, YOURARTBEAT is presenting its artists offline and exhibits the works that were previously only available for viewing and buying in the online shop.

In addition to a lovingly compiled and eclectic selection of original works, as well as specially produced art pieces, also a variety of materials are demonstrated with which we not only experiment and create alternative forms of artistic manifestation, but in particular transform the digital and media arts into physical shape.

Individual media contributions by the artists themselves not only open up new perspectives or give background information, they also enable a more personal encounter with the creators.

YOURARTBEAT look forward to an inspiring interplay of the polarizing textures of the digital-virtual and the analogue-physical, to the exploration of various materials and consistencies in combination with digital art and interactive media stations, creating personal approaches, highlighting and deepening specialized backgrounds.

During the two-week show, there will also be accompanying programs of virtual reality and audiovisual design.

 

Exhibition Opening: 14 Febuary 2019 – 7 PM

Duration: 15 to 28 Febuary 2019

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 4 to 8 PM // Saturday: 1 to 6 PM

Galerie Salon Halit Art – Kreuzbergstr. 72 – 10965 Berlin

 

Digital Collage, Mixed Media, Multimedia Installation, Photography, Fine Arts

  • Group show of the YOURARTBEAT Artists with original artworks and alternative productions of art pieces
  • Demonstration and exploration of a variety of materials used to give digital arts a physical medium
  • Interactive Media Stations with individual contributions of the artists themselves
  • Accompanying programs of Virtual Reality and Audiovisual Design

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Online Shop YOURARTBEAT Market   II   Official Exhibition Teaser

! Download the official Press Release here !

 

2018 – YOUR ART BEAT – REPORT

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Publ. 12.17.2018

Dear community,

After another successful year of YOUR ART BEAT we want to inform you about the latest news, activities and results.

In addition to the revision of our website, also the online shop of YOURARTBEAT went online: the YOUR ART BEAT MARKET.

Together with the artists we have put together a great selection that can be printed on qualitative and unique materials by aid of our new professional partner GLASTRIX.

But the YOUR ART BEAT assortment will not only be shown exclusively online – after all, we are planning an exhibition for the beginning of next year, in which we want to exhibit both the works and their unique effect due to the special materiality! – But more information will follow soon.

Until then, we are pleased to welcome you online to our market on www.your-art-beat-market.myshopify.com

Furthermore, this year we produced three short videos that give newcomers a good overview of our various tools and resources. The new videos for the blog, the association and the shop can be seen on both youtube and vimeo so just click through!

In addition, we would like to draw your attention to our Xmas contest, which runs until December 23rd. Find more information here or on Facebook.

We look forward to hearing from you about new ideas and projects and hope to come together again at the exhibition next year! Until then we wish you a nice winter time and a happy new year!

Best regards, YOUR ART BEAT TEAM

 

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WIN THIS PHOTOGRAPHY SERIES

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Publ. 08.2.2018

WIN THIS WONDERFUL SERIES OF ARTPIECES!
(Artist: Imogen Davis)

We’re giving away this wonderful little photography series by our artist Imogen Davis. Each of the three pieces from the „My-Breath“ series is printed on high quality glass in A5 format.

How to participate? – Very easily! Just send us an email or Facebook message with the keyword: IMOGEN DAVIS

Emails to: (johanna@yourartbeat.de)

Facebook: YOURARTBEAT

The winner will be announced in August!

!!! DISCOVER MORE ON THE YOUR ART BEAT MARKET !!!

CHRISTOPH KÜHL – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.18.2018

C H R I S T O P H   K Ü H L

Christoph Kühl (*1960), studied free painting with Prof. Karl Oppermann at HdK Berlin.

His works are almost exclusively collages, i.e. they are made of painted paper with various techniques. Among other things, he also uses black and white copies from magazines and newspapers or weathered advertising from urban quarters.

The viewer is taken on a journey through three-dimensional spaces. Kühl’s pictures are the projection surface of these sensational sites. Found image pieces are put together to convey new impressions.

Christoph Kühl lives as a freelance artist in Berlin. Regular exhibitions and concerts at his studio in Weissensee.

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JÖRG GIMMLER – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.17.2018

J Ö R G   G I M M L E R

Jörg Gimmler (* 1963), Master student of Georg Baselitz, combines aspects of Concrete Art and Minimal Art into large-format compositions, which are at the same time analytically precise and ecstatical. They place the viewer in front of a structure that deals with the movement of painterly abstraction itself. The artist calls this process „multiple positioning“, in which similar formal elements in oil and acrylic paint form suggestive structures that, as visual architectures, disorient rather than shelter the viewer.

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JAKE LONDON – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.14.2018

J A K E   L O N D O N

Artist Statement: My art is about technology, it’s about the rise of its capabilities and its place in our life. Technology is not the subject of the art, but the process and medium. I use Technology to create colour and form which are meant to evoke positive emotions. The harmony between colour and shape is something I think that can be best created with technology. The shapes and the colours perfectly symmetrical, vibrant, even and smooth. I contrast this with faint nods to natural techniques that where traditionally made with age old processes but now can be made with technology. Spray painting and watercolour painting are used looking back at fine art and using a hint of the textures that they create to form familiarity within the picture.

I like digital art because it can go viral in its original form. Viewing it on Instagram, viewing it on your smartphone, you are looking at it in its purest state. It’s only when it is printed that it then becomes a copy of that artwork. I want everyone to see my work through technology; you don’t have to go to a gallery to access my art, and it can be viewed on the internet just seconds after I have created it. You could see a new piece of art daily right there on your phone, I feel like it is a constant source of positivity. My art is supposed to represent the good of technology.

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LITA POLIAKOVA – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.13.2018

L I T A    P O L I A K O V A

Lita (Life Is Torturing Awesome) is a full-time visual artist based in Germany. Accidentally originated in Russia, Lita headed her pervert power to digestion and rethinking of social frameworks artistically. Upon completion of professional education in graphic design and fine arts, she turned herself into a bizarre kingdom of contemporary art. Organic paintings and provocative collages are her key practices. Holding to biocentrism ethics and fragility of human nature, she portrays mental and physical transfiguration highlighting the issues of aging, body imperfections, lostness and, prostration. Inter alia meditating on social constructs and mass culture Lita graciously recycles paper agents in order to catalyze the novelty. Unlock the potential, fight boredom and ordinary, dare to join the vulnerable flow!

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ZSOLT GYARMATI – NEW YAB ARTIST

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Publ. 07.12.2018

Z S O L T   G Y A R M A T I

ARTIST STATEMENT – My aim as an artist

Art should make people conscious of unconscious things that may remain unconscious even consciously. The objective of my art is some sort of status report. It is the current representation of states experienced as a necessity. Everything that happens to me and makes me perceive.

The irrational reality my artwork present I wish to raise unconscious interest in areas of the modern art. I offer a sort of ‘literacy’ to the recipient with a degree of interactivity that expects the spectators be active: it will not let them become absorbed passively in the view, but will force them think.
The process of my artwork is a „war” of ideas, it is a constant and unsolvable conflict within me, during which layers appear and disappear on my canvas representing different atmospheres. Creation is not a linear process, instead a mixture of signs, symbols and atmospheres unbound of time.

I exclude and discard the surface, the didactic elements of the consumer society from the monotonous urban background noise, and through further analysis of the visual details of the mapped reality I put the emphasis on the basic symbols which are characterized by simultaneity and malleability.