Adventures with Diana- Diana se avonture

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Diana se storie deel 1 2020 Collage, Fabriano, cotton thread and rubber 35.5 x 25 cm

Terwyl haar liggaam besig was om te herstel, het Diana solank haar verstand geoefen.

Diana se storie deel 2 2020 Collage, Fabriano, cotton thread and rubber 35.5 x 25 cm

Sy is vyf en twintig en siek en sat daarvan om so hard te werk en steeds n sukkelbestaan te voer. Daarom besluit sy dat dit tyd geword het dat meeer mense van haar bestaan bewus word.

Diana se storie deel 3 2020 Collage, Fabriano, cotton thread and rubber 35.5 x 25 cm

Diana voel dat haar kans om te slaag omtrent vyftig to vyftig is.

Diana se storie deel 4 2020 Collage, Fabriano, cotton thread and rubber 35.5 x 25 cm

“Maar ek kan nie nou ophou nie” se Diana

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Collage elements from the following books:

“The woman in fashion” bu Doris Langley Moore (First published 1949)

“Diana se stryd teen die see” by Valjean Mcleninghan (1980)

Lost and the “Secret of Life”

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detail “Lost”

As you can guess, I feel a bit lost right now. I’m also at a loss for words.

detail “Lost”

So I use or am inspired by words that jump out of a screen. These words were inspired by a Nintendo end game screen message,

but I feel it is also applicable to the world we are living in.

Lost, 800 x 600 mm cotton thread and rubber 2019 Hannalie Taute (my work photographed by Kleinjan Groenewald)

I offer you a bouquet of “flowers” from the ocean.

and I would like to share the following short film featuring: Antoinette Pienaar It’s a film by Green Renaissance:

Enjoy and I wish you a lovely weekend!

 

studio experiments

Studio news/blog

PVA paint and embroidered rubber mask experiment nr 1

“Horror is the removal of masks”

-Robert Bloch-

(quote of the day)

embroidered rubber face mask experiment nr. 2

Behind the scenes 😉

Untitled (Saint)

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(Untitled) Saint 1110 x 700 mm Cotton thread, fabric and rubber (my work photographed by Kleinjan Groenewald)

“It is ingrained in all living creatures, first of all, to preserve their own safety, to guard against what is harmful and to strive for what is advantageous.”

-Saint Ambrose

detail

“Patience is the companion of wisdom” Saint Augustine

detail 1