Narine Arakelian

Biography

The artwork of Narine Arakelian is a synthesis of plastic and performing arts involving new digital technologies. Narine uses the intersection of sculpture, painting, multimedia, and performing arts to question social freedom and gender identity, in particular our perception and experience of traditions connected to marriage.

Narine Arakelian (Czech Republic) has worked on the expansion of the arts searching for ways to express the quintessential human yearning to make sense of the world. In her work, Narine reacts to the changes in our perception and experience of traditions connected to marriage, which were brought about by science, and new media. Using the language of performance, video, and installation Narine Arakelian created a world in which the interpenetration and intertwining of the illusory and true values in the life of a person, their social body, and spiritual needs, full of contradictions, tensions, harmony, and beauty are reflected.

The artwork of Narine Arakelian is a synthesis of plastic and performing arts involving new digital technologies. Narine uses the intersection of sculpture, painting, multimedia, and performing arts to question social freedom and gender identity, in particular our perception and experience of traditions connected to marriage.

Narine Arakelian (Czech Republic) has worked on the expansion of the arts searching for ways to express the quintessential human yearning to make sense of the world. In her work, Narine reacts to the changes in our perception and experience of traditions connected to marriage, which were brought about by science, and new media. Using the language of performance, video, and installation Narine Arakelian created a world in which the interpenetration and intertwining of the illusory and true values in the life of a person, their social body, and spiritual needs, full of contradictions, tensions, harmony, and beauty are reflected.

Exhibitions

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À GOGO

Works by a collection of artists
February 15 - March 20, 2020