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"MA"

"Japanese concept that refers to the subjective variations of the unquantifiable"

From 6th June - December 31st 2022

After 2 years of pandemic, we question with this exhibition: the place of the man within the nature and the world, involving a series of artists who have been invited to design and create works for this occasion, including

also a section dedicated to NFTs.

Several international artists responded to the invitation :

Roberta Busato

In this work Roberta Busato works on the sensation of liquid movement given to a very hard material. 

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For this series "L'uomo si fa cielo" (man make himself sky) Roberta works on the cosmos and the relationship with man.

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For this series "L'uomo si fa cielo" (man make himself sky) Roberta works on the cosmos and the relationship with man.

For this series "L'uomo si fa cielo" (man make himself sky) Roberta works on the cosmos and the relationship with man.

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Simon Manoha

The "Décommodage" series works on a multi-fold deconstruction of ceramics: the unity of a piece is disturbed by its patchwork and its added parts. The shard / enamel ratio is challenged by a type of firing offering an alternative below the famous ceramic dualities (here the transformation of the earth by wood ashes). The story specific to this piece (shaping / cutting-hollowing out / re-gluing / firing, dismemberment-fall / mending) evokes the anarchic movements which work under all the visible units. The usual circuit of a ceramic is also extended, lasting beyond the firing: the assembly of fired pieces and the development of a new form on the traces of an original ceramic.

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"The inspiration for the piece comes from observing  the natural processes of decay and the contemplation of death and transformation. The metamorphosis of one becoming other, death as a pathway to life; much like the caterpillar in its chrysalis."

Yoyo Balaguè

Serie of 3 spheres representing different universal vibrations, in parralel of the NFT from Nova drem Art. 

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These global resonance in the cavity formed by the Earth's surface and the ionosphere, which functions as a waveguide, are excited by lightning.

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Plants emit audio acoustic emissions between 10-240Hz. Evidence for plant mechanosensory abilities are shown when roots are subjected to undirectional 220Hz sound and subsequently grow in the direction of the vibration source.

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Alpha brainwaves are slower, and higher in amplitude. Their frequency ranges from 9 to 14 cycles per second. A person who takes time out to reflect or meditate is usually in an alpha state

Her thing is to carry reality through her body and other physical phenomena.

She is self-taught, DIY based and she learns mostly by observing. She practices Vipassana (S.N.Goenka) meditation for 6 years already and her art is directly connected with her buddist refuge and practice of the loving-kindness.

the war is going on

kids are playing

the lake is still

breath comes

breath goes

"we know what is happening on the planet,

not from the news, 

but from our nature".

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Brili III

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Brili V

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Brili I

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Brili 

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For this series, I used raw unprocessed red clay from an Upper Ajaran village which I dug up with help from locals. I explored it with simple forms and primitive techniques, just following the material.

Based in Amsterdam, Wdstck offers a range of multidisciplinary objects with an outspoken aesthetic that each tells a personal story.

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The Legacy Of The Wild is a unique seating object that triggers the imagination. Carefully selected branches of Acacia wood, captured in bronze, support a vintage bear fur. This rare combination of flora and fauna gives the object a creature-like appearance. The specific structure of wood that remains after it is affected by weather influences and insects remind of structures of the human body.

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In search of a way to emphasize the sensual forms of the wood, we discovered an ancient method from Japan called Shou Sugi Ban. This intensive and time-consuming technique burns away the soft parts of the wood and reveals the inner structures of the wood. As an additional advantage, the wood is well preserved from weather, rot, and insects with a non-toxic method. The Burned Chunk has a comfortable flowing seat and is equipped with invisible wheels.

In search of a way to emphasize the sensual forms of the wood, we discovered an ancient method from Japan called Shou Sugi Ban. This intensive and time-consuming technique burns away the soft parts of the wood and reveals the inner structures of the wood. As an additional advantage, the wood is well preserved from weather, rot, and insects with a non-toxic method. The Burned Chunk has a comfortable flowing seat and is equipped with invisible wheels.

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Exhale skillfully encases a single blow of glass within a rigid metal structure. The metal form restricts the glass by pinching, hooking and spiking into the volume during the blowing process, capturing a tense play between the constricting and billowing materials. The entire fixture catches one breath.
Due to the delicate art of glassblowing with crystal, the environmental conditions determine the final form of each Exhale light. The temperature and humidity of the room, as well as the mental and physical state of the glassblower, have an effect on the shape and size.

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Chrysalis

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Origin

Pure

Raw

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Limited edition of 20 pieces, made according to the availability of wood by carpenter brothers in the heart of the Polish forest.

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Patch by Faye Toogood

Hello Sonia ! x Studio Pepe

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N°08

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Tapestry N°02

On the occasion of the "MA" 2022 exhibition, Nova Dream art was specially invited to put technology at the service of humans: 3 digital spheres were generated using artificial intelligence in order to recreate 3 of the many vibrations that surrounds us: the Earth , the Plants and the Brain in meditation.

Studio Rö by opening its doors invites us to enter a cave where the rock fresco would be that of the Sforza castle overlooking a forest of oaks.  

Don't look for the call of the trickle of a spring that you will hear, it is the fountain near the windows and planted in front of the castle. This environment inspired Christelle Caffarelli, the young French woman from Provence whose name sounds so Italian, who decided to showcase artists and designers who are close to her heart by exhibiting them in her holistic gallery.
Christelle, a yoga teacher and trained in the world of fashion and design, who after a personal journey intervenes as a priestess of natural arts. She loves materials that draw their nobility from the simplicity of their extraction. Design pieces made of wool, linen, wood treated by accidents caused by the hand of man rub shoulders with sculptures that seem to have been directly extracted from the land from which they come, Ardèche for some, Mantova for others and even Catalan and Georgian. 

Philippe Ferrand