THREE – MINUTES PASSION
My practice explores the relationship between lovers in conceptual art.
People are full of expectation and fantasy about love. Starting from the beginning. two individuals found each other and got to know each other, they fell in love. They are so in love and full of passion, romance and sexual desire. However, as time goes by, the passion & desire is diluted by time. After all, human’s fantasies are like bubbles, they only exist for a very short time or a split second and then they disappear and everything returns to peace.
My work for the past five years was to investigate human boundaries and transitional states, mutations, injuries and suppressed desires. In the center of my work there are always transformations, mental and physiological. Insanity, psychic transformation, obsessive neurosis, melancholy, rejection, anguish, fear, loneliness, violence (psychological and sexual), isolation, death and desire of it.
Electra’s song is an exercise. The sea as a synthetic body: fragments of secrets, desires, living bodies, dead bodies. A life unseen. There is a voice a noise a body swimming in between boundary lines, the earth and the sky, colored surfaces. A psychic sinking that leads to a delimited space, definite monochrome frames, the control of water over the naked body.
My research investigates the correlation between Contemporary Art practice, Nature and Science, specifically among the different species of Morpho butterflies and birds of the rain forest and their colours interdependence related to the blue light.
The generative force of abstraction is explored in the form of multimedia painting and installation. Integrating acrylic mediums with the use of led light challenging the viewer to establish an interactive relationship with the work.
“The Thing” 2021
I work with repetition and algorithmic rules to let something emerge from the gap between intentionality and mind-wandering. I also use simple digital processes to generate noise and artefacts. I intend my works to act as projection spaces for the mind of the viewer.
Laura’s art practice is immersive and research based, visually and viscerally embracing nature and continually re-wilding herself through roads and seas less travelled. As a trained paragliding pilot, strapped into her portable flying machine, she soars high above the earth, learning the language of the skies and the oceans of air that inhabit our everyday life.