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Aleksandra Romashko

Joined Artfinder: July 2015

Artworks for sale: 15

United Kingdom

About Aleksandra Romashko

 
 
  • Biography

    My work investigates micro and macro patterns in our environment, with a particular interest in natural and synthetic structures. I looked at various scales of repetition revealed in studies ranging from cellular biology to cosmology. The lungs and the muscle system, as well as our surroundings like cloths, the cracks on walls, and the serendipitous formation of leaves. The semiotics I developed in the process is an abstraction of these organic structures and fabricated patterns.

    While looking closely at the fluidity of all these forms, I became interested in its implications, more specifically the general adaptable character of the environment and the manner in which it responds to self-instigated and manmade change. Not only do we form the world around us, we also hold the ability to rebuild it and to destroy it. My art emphasizes the pressing need for us humans to be aware of our surroundings and be more appreciative of them.
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Biography

My work investigates micro and macro patterns in our environment, with a particular interest in natural and synthetic structures. I looked at various scales of repetition revealed in studies ranging from cellular biology to cosmology. The lungs and the muscle system, as well as our surroundings like cloths, the cracks on walls, and the serendipitous formation of leaves. The semiotics I developed in the process is an abstraction of these organic structures and fabricated patterns.

While looking closely at the fluidity of all these forms, I became interested in its implications, more specifically the general adaptable character of the environment and the manner in which it responds to self-instigated and manmade change. Not only do we form the world around us, we also hold the ability to rebuild it and to destroy it. My art emphasizes the pressing need for us humans to be aware of our surroundings and be more appreciative of them.
 
 
 
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