Launched May 1st, 2009 with a tentative start... this blog evolved into a space to bring things I'm curious about or fascinated with whilst adapting to life in a new city, a new direction with my work and in the online realm. Early on postings were frequent and wide-ranging in focus. Attention slowly spread to new online engagements as ideas developed and formats trialled to extend those ideas. However, this blog has always remained at the centre of all that followed ...the conversations, journeys and glimpses into creative worlds generated here have long enriched my days beyond all imagining and I return always to pick up the thread with gratitude for the experience and for those who've passed through, perhaps joined up or stopped to converse!
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Saturday, October 17, 2009

art interventions by nuria mora

This morning I came across Nuira Mora's work through Poppytalk  - listed under decayed - in a  post featuring work from the artists's website of paintings carried out to cover graffittied walls. The characteristic geometric signature that is Nuria Mora's at once enlivens and calms the eye. Her website comes across as distinctive, novel and charming, yet somehow gutsy. Do have a look at www.nuriamora.com  - more art interventions like this I would love to see. Nuira's visual language appears quite sparse and abstracted but there is a richness to her ideas that became apparent as I investigated further. The watercolour I included hints at an interesting vision for living environments in urban settings. I'd like to read more on this artist!





























watercolour work






at the Tate Modern 
NB Nuria's exhibitions that I viewed form the Tate and Berlin were collaborative projects. 



from planetprozess in Berlin 







cosmopoetica  in Cordoba

3 comments:

Susan Buret said...

Thank you for introducing me to another wonderful artist. Your generous blog and your colourful work are very inspiring.

Sophie Munns said...

Susan,
your genuine and lovely comment was so good to read today! Such a tonic - Thankyou!
And I must say that when I saw your work at Art Brisbane last year (was that the name of the event?) I was most inspired. Somehow I remembered this work of yours and connected you eventually to BADC... so now, a year later I can say personally...well done!
best,
S

Yvonne Anderson said...

It's certainly something different. I am away to have another look.