Paper Show #MIREnEVA

 

Drawings as objects are remains of a movement.

In this case, there is a double movement. Drawings were made as graphic responses to the movements and the voluminous folds of silk of Loïe Fuller’s Serpentine Dance (1891).  Artwork by Miren Korkuera Iturbe based on a paper-cut of Eva de Miguel Aleman.

paper show 2015 imprografika Eva de Miguel Aleman

Eva graphic response at  Loïe Fuller’s Serpentine Dance (1891)

paper show 2015 imprografika  Miren Korkuera Iturbe

Miren Korkuera Iturbe  
paper show 2015 imprografika  Miren Korkuera Iturbe

Miren Korkuera Iturbe   

Loïe Fuller’s Serpentine Dance (1891)

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but Miren found another artistic reference, Georgia O’Keeffe.

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