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Histoires Urbaines

Djinane AlSuwayeh grew up in a household that was a concoction of cultures; French and Kuwaiti, Christian and Muslim, European and Middle Eastern. Djinane was born and lived her artistic education in France; a cultural and artistic hub, boasting one of the world’s most creatively experimental capitals and yet was raised in Kuwait what is considered to be a late developing nation, with a sleepy and stagnant Fine Arts sector. Histoires Urbaines is a juxtaposed series of portraits of a city that inspired Djinane's creative process.

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Destruction/Creation

The primary concept of this exhibition was to simulate that from death comes new life or in this case from destruction comes creation. Human kind cannot obtain anything without first giving something in return of equal value. As the pigment falls into the water, it is constantly creating/evolving into new forms while at the opposite end it is destroying itself.

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Black&White Queens

My artistic name is Charlotte's Look. I'm a model but I have also an artistic mind. I create my portfolio throughout Switzerland, France, Germany and propose some creative projects to photographer. Follow my other creative idea and portfolio :www.charlotte-look.com. For my Black&White Queens creative idea, I wanted to play in a Human Size Chess game with me and a blond model. I ask a photographer"James Vyn" to shoot this concept and I found this Human Chess game where we were the black&white queens.

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Peace

The design concepts conveyed by this collage are balance and harmony. Each of the hands around the woman reinforces the presence of the others, and the design falls apart if any of the hands are missing or placed out of balance. The woman and the multiple hands around her were conceived as an integrated design. Because each source material differs in size, brightness, and color from the others, each hand was manipulated individually to create a sense of coherence. This work gives form to a design hierarchy based on equality, as its title suggests.

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SAMSA

These artworks are part of the collection Neglect, photographed specimens of animals, most of which are extinct or critically endangered. The photographer wants to show a little bit of the sometimes bizarre beauty of the insects, so that the viewer might see them with different eyes. Because insect extinction is very real and not a made-up story. The series was produced with help and assistance of the Senckenberg German Entomological Institute.

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Fireberg

The artist's project concerns a theme today at the center of global attention both at an institutional and population level: the environment. In these images the primary element is the ice and its melting. The artist created it through the chromatic inversion from positive to negative, which coincides with the concept of change, representing an opposite reality: the ice becomes fire, the cracks become a volcano. A new style that tells the problem by analyzing the Perito Moreno Glacier.

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