#Tag portraits 3 indian ink, gouache, pastel, scrap on 250 gr. paper 2018

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(©)Riedstra#Tag portraits 3 32 x 50 cm indian ink, gouache, pastel, scrap on 250 gr. paper 2018

#Tag Portraits  2018.

A series of 13 works on paper

My visual comment on photo’s, taken by another artist, of all kind of victims. The artist decided to make these portraits anonymous.

Looking now from a whole different perspective, one can also reverse the roles, ‘who is the victim and who is the perpetrator’.
A psychological game almost, intriguing.

This anonymity made me decide to transform these images back to who they might have been by concentrating on what I can detect and give them back a face.

 www.riedstra.eu

corrie.riedstra@gmail.com

 

 

#Tag portraits 1 mixed media on 250 gr. paper 32x 50 cm 2018

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(©)Riedstra#Tag portraits 1 mixed media on 250 gr. paper 32x 50 cm 2018

#Tag Portraits – Transition 2018.

My visual comment on anonymous photo’s of victims and perpetrators and the knowledge that anybody can be in the reverse role.

I try to transform these images by concentrating on what I can detect and give them back a face.

http://www.riedstra.eu
corrie.riedstra@gmail.com

No. 2 ´Murmurs & Babbles´ (Landscape) mixed media on 400 gr. fabriano paper 110 x 130 cm 2014


2014 – 2015  Project Murmurs & Babbles | A follow up  In This new Project I want to get into the subject of contemporary art, what are the elements that make art contemporary Art ?  And what does this mean?  A follow up on my investigation into Renaissance art and contemporary artists who reflect(ed) on them. Riedstra has studied applied arts in Tel Aviv and The Hague, as well as M.A. Scenography at St Martins London, and completed her masters in Seville, Spain. She lives in the Netherlands View Website http://www.riedstra.eu

(©)Riedstra, the Netherlands

2014 – 2015
Project Murmurs & Babbles | A follow up

In This new Project I want to get into the subject of contemporary art, what are the elements that make art contemporary Art ?
And what does this mean?
A follow up on my investigation into Renaissance art and contemporary artists who reflect(ed) on them.

Riedstra has studied applied arts in Tel Aviv and The Hague, as well as M.A. Scenography at St Martins London, and completed her masters in Seville, Spain. She lives in the Netherlands
View Website http://www.riedstra.eu