Nr 389/2014 Please

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The title of the work begins with a chronological number referring to the date of the discovery of the original object. Each work is manually enlarged by a scaling calculation on paper by the artist. The colors on each object are created by the artist and painted directly on the object. Each work is therefore the result of a lengthy and labor intensive artistic process. By reproducing manually each piece of paper on a larger scale with identical but more striking colors, the artist succeeds in uncovering the – otherwise invisible – beauty and magic of otherwise considered as hideous, banal and useless pieces of discarded waste.

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  • MediumPigments and polyvinyl acetate on paper
  • Dimensions40 cm H x 40 cm L
  • Year2014
  • EditionUnique piece
  • AuthentificationAuthentification certificate signed by the artist
  • Return policyWithin 14 days after delivery
  • Shipping modalitiesWithin 5-10 business days from Brussels (Belgium)
  • PaymentEligible for interest free loan offered by Kunst Aan Zet

Alice Janne

Alice Janne (°1985, Belgian, based in Brussels, BE) graduated in 2012 from ERG art school (Brussels, BE) with a Master’s degree in Visual Arts. Her work explores the evolution of our consumer society through the traces it leaves behind; an art practice dealing with a realm of discarded objects. In 2012 she received the Audience Award at the “Concours Médiatine Art Libre” for most talented young artist. In 2014 she was selected for the “Prix de la Jeune sculpture » of the Federation Wallonia-Brussels. Alice participated (solo or in group) in a number of well-known exhibitions in Belgium and abroad: “Supermarket/Stockholm” Independent Art Fair (OAC, SE, 2013), “Youth…between freedom & fight” (Maison Particulière, Brussels, BE, 2014), « Don’t step on the mome raths/virtual Reality” (Exit11, Gembloux, BE, 2015), “The linings – unexpected insides” (Bozar, Brussels, BE, 2015), “The Sour” / « Voyager Mission – Sparkles & Emptiness »(Centrale lab, Brussels, BE, 2016), “Rien ne va plus!” (Museum Ixelles, Brussels, BE, 2016) and « Tomorrow belongs to those who can hear it” (SECONDroom, Ghent, BE, 2016). Her work figures in the contemporary art collection of the renowned Brussels based collector Alain Servais.

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