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Blindness is an Insidious Thing
Blindness is an Insidious Thing
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Ieva Ansaberga

Blindness is an Insidious Thing

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Giclée archival print on 310GSM textured cotton “Hahnemühle German Etching” matt paper

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5 x 7 in

127.0 x 177.8 mm

12.7 x 17.8 cm

0.127 x 0.1778 meter

Currently in a show in London. Pick up from the venue and free shipping available when the show ends on February 18 2022.
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Artwork Description
Description
Framed Archival print. Signed by the artist.
Collection Statement
Ieva’s recent works are focused on the female inner world and psychological state. Her vivacious use of paint and colour transforms female figure to reveal a space where fear shifts into desire, where familiar becomes strange and intimate becomes distant. Figures emerge in twilight with their faces and bodies illuminated by neon lights to reveal and hide their dark mysteries.
Artist Information
Bio
Born in Latvia and based in London, Ieva's paintings explore the representation of the female body and its relationship with the psyche. Through experimentation with paint and colour, Ieva's work seeks to push the boundaries of how fear, pain, desire, dreams and aspirations are socially and culturally inscribed in the female body.
Artist Statement
Ieva is a Latvian-born artist who lives and works in London.

Ieva’s works contemplate the identity and freedom of the female body. They seek to challenge conventional notions of femininity and instead, emphasise the fluidity of female identity and sexuality.

Through experimentation with colour and material, Ieva's paintings present the body as a surface of memories, feelings and sensations. As a result, they transfigure the female body into a dynamic material that slides between solid and fluid, representational and abstract, archetypal and unfamiliar.
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