Olga Mikh Fedorova
Irene P. Tello
Diana Lynn VanderMeulen
Sliding through screens with smooth surfaces, edges, haptic sensations to fingertips. Stimulated eyes flickering in linear movements. Evocative, responsive, embodied yearnings, dissociation, immersion.
Mnemory Palace II
HD video .mp4
Edition of 5
Mnemory Palace II alludes to a fictive site with the ability to stimulate the retrieval of personal and collective memories. The portrait orientation of the display screen and the overlay of animated graphics makes obvious connections for the viewer between the work and the more intimate interface of the smartphone.
Commissioned by The Australian Centre For Photography, 2020
Mam1 Handbag 1
3D Virtual object
Edition of 6
Is an experimental project that takes a form of a virtual fashion brand (MAMI) / a collection of handbags.
Each handbag is a (3d) sculpture that stems from my nightmares and my fantasies - both good and bad. I keep thinking about how our demons and fears sometimes become our fantasies - is it our mind's defensive mechanism? It's a super complex matter and I'm having a lot of fun wrapping it up in a shape of a very seductive and tactile product. It's interesting how tempting and desirable this piece becomes as a commodity object (handbag) as opposed to it just being a sculpture. Even though the bag doesn't exist physically, the effect of putting it out on social media is exactly the same as if it was real, creating of lot of demand and purchase inquiries.
5.7 x 8.4 x 0.9 inches
Edition of 30
Comes with US plug and custom cable
A 360° meditative exploration revealing an immersive virtual environment, extended from a series of mixed-media landscapes. 💧 lil marshy offers a water-level journey which transcends our sense of presence, exploring reckonings of imagined inner landscapes.
lil marshy emerges as a collectible video print: a small object by Infinite Objects that endlessly loops.
✨ featured as part of new womxn-led collection drop for CADAF ART with StudioAsWeAre, Zaiba Jabbar, Miriam Arbus, Elena Zavelev and Andrea Steuers