30 JULY - 13 AUGUST 2022
Mon - Sat: 2 - 8pm (booking required)
Sat 30 July 2022: 6 - 10pm
(Admission free, RSVP needed)
ESPAÇO IRA REBELLA
Rua Il Sogno Di Anarello, 88
SAO PAULO - BRAZIL
The 'Interlude Exhibition' presents an array of artworks that have been inspired, in various ways, by sound, time and emotions. It showcases the distinct voices, artistry and creative capacity of a diverse group of international artists exploring the concept of 'interlude' as a bridge between the art and the public.
ABOUT THE VENUE
Espaço Ira Rebella opened its doors in December 2018, with the aim of promoting artistic experimentalism through cultural events, courses, meetings and interdisciplinarity, with a focus on the visual arts.
Its main objective is to strengthen the independent circuit of emerging visual artists from different places, enriching their curricula and providing a physical and virtual space of visibility from a prestigious region of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Curated by Juliana Lauletta
I am an autodidact mixed media artist based between London and Margate in the United Kingdom.
My practice explores the realm of memory, history and grief by utilising mediums such as yarn and stitching, Photography and various photographic processes, paint and the written word.
As a fine art photographer I am passionate about working with nature and exploring ways to capture its essence, energy and spirit.
In my work I am searching for the vibration of life itself and its luminosity through unique abstract constellations infused with inspiration and mystery.
Alice Karveli aka Black Arrows
My image-making practice is a way of expressing my inner experience of the spiritual aspect of life and Creation... Their cyclical nature, ordeals/ecstasies they bring and growth achieved beyond them. Tracing the flow of elemental forces, entities, abstract and archetypal forms, allowing symbols and patterns to emerge organically.
My photography is not about capturing things Japanese, however beautiful they might look. It is aimed at visualizing and reconnecting with the spirituality of ancient cultures that, although often lacking in our daily lives, are still accessible if we keep our hearts and minds open.
I am a UK based artist whose work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in the UK and Europe.
This work is from my latest series of paintings and challenges the viewer to think and to question.
I work in paint, fabric collage, metal and glass.
I search beneath the surface unpacking the layers that we keep secure, it is a fundamental aspect of my work.
My videos, performance art and prints have all been widely exhibited in the UK and Europe over the last twelve years.
BA. Fine Arts First Class honours 1994
MA. Art in Architecture 1996
Educated at Chelsea College of Art&Design and the Royal College of Art, UK, my work includes video, artist's books, print, installation, I exhibit in the UK and internationally. My work is in collections including UoK Special Collections, Willesden Green Archives. I have recently started a fine art PhD in UoR.
Jennifer's creative process is intuitive and automatic in nature, which allows an airy freedom of form, texture and colour to develop and merge with her technique. Her work aims to bring together the imperceptible, the material and the ephemeral. Her practice is influenced by intuitive art, alchemy and psychology.
Music by Jules Dickens
I am a non binary artist from Yorkshire based in Hackney, London. For my auto-ethnographic photography research "Exploration of Auto-Pathography Within Phototherapy" I was awarded Leyden Gallery's Emerging Artist Award in 2020 and shortlisted by New Emergence Art Prize in 2021 for my work "Sinnestäuschung" a diary of bipolar hallucinations.
I have been a professional, freelance documentary photographer since 1968. My work is at the National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain Library, V&A National Art Library, V&A Museum of Childhood, Liverpool Museum, la Bibliothèque nationale de France, University of California Library and has been published in 1,000+ books worldwide.
I am a multimedia artist and independent curator. My "Light Painting" photographs are created exclusively with long exposures, without Photoshop, using stencils and light tools that I build myself.I was featured on the BBC, TimeOut London and Londonist, and participated in exhibitions in London, Edinburgh, Arles, Prague and Brazil.
I am a Londoner and my work is about exploring aspects of my own identity using surrealist techniques to access the subconscious mind - looking inwards to mine what is hidden - exploring the juxtaposition between methodologies that impose rules & elements of chance in creating work and those freed from rational control.
I studied Fine Art at Leeds University. As a filmmaker, I have made creative films for Screen Yorkshire and North West Vision in England, and my photographs have been exhibited online and in galleries. But whatever the media, I'm always looking to find magic and mystery in the mundane.
I have exhibited at Modern Art Oxford Open Exhibition, Angel Row Gallery Nottingham and Oscar Wilde Rooms Oxford. I have had video work curated at Brighton Digital Festival.
I have studied graphic design and illustration online at UAL.
I have a forthcoming exhibition for Art Week Oxford.
Using a repetitive, wrapping process as a means to work through my thoughts; I enfold single use non-biodegradable plastics with the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze. The resulting work appears fragile, ephemeral yet is labour intensive and enduring like stone.
A British sculptor, BA Fine Art 2016, MA Fine Art 2020
After I finished the KABK in The Hague, in the direction of Fashion and Textiles, I became a stylist and ended up as a teacher of arts at a high school in Rotterdam.
My passion for painting is my way of expressing my feelings. My hands help me transform my thoughts on the canvas.
Roberto Rafael Navarrete
Shamanism, Peruvian Heritage, and Sexual Identity drive my research which enabled me to create a bridge into the physical and emotional scarring from intolerance.
As a queer Latinx artist of color, I feel an enormous responsibility to utilize my talent while refusing to keep any part of my identity closeted.