Photo: Inguna Gremzde in London

Inguna Gremzde

Artist

Gremzde's current practice explores human and nature relationship, examining different possibilities in interpretation of human alienation from nature due to consumer lifestyle as a probable reason. Work implies landscape elements, regarding landscape as a portrait of nature, which can be looked at as a focus for the formation of individual and community's identity. Growing separateness from nature and dominating consumer lifestyle results in more time spent in constructed, artificial spaces like shopping malls and waiting halls defined as non-places, which are real measure of our time and opposed to places have no identity, relations and history. The scene of nature paid close look at as opposite can open itself to reveal a secret life, a narrativity and history outside the given field of perception.

Location London
Artforms / type of project Painting, Photography, Printmaking
Tags painting, nature, landscape, environment, supermarket, figurative, recycling, mixed media, grid

News & Events

  • Royal Ulster Academy of Arts

    17/10/2014 – 04/01/2015
    Ulster Museum; Belfast, Northern Ireland

    133rd Annual Exhibition

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  • Engagement & Entrapment

    14/08/2014 – 23/08/2014
    Binyamin Gallery; Tel Aviv, Israel

    Exhibition curated by Diana Ali, investigating enticement, allurement and attention.

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  • Mini Print International of Cadaqués

    28/06/2014 – 30/09/2014
    Taller Galeria Fort; Cadaqués, Spain

    Exhibition - 04/10/2014 to 02/11/2014 at Fundació Tharrats d'Art Gràfic; Pineda de Mar, Barcelona, Spain

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  • Landscapes: Big Country

    28/06/2014 – 05/08/2014
    1650 Gallery; Los Angeles, CA, US

    Exhibition

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  • Paducah Photo 2014

    07/06/2014 – 26/07/2014
    Yeiser Art Center; Paducah, KY, US

    Exhibition

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  • 35th Annual Art Exhibition

    20/01/2014 – 09/03/2014
    The Monmouth Museum; Lincroft, NJ, US

    Exhibition

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