Recent works…

Art, assemblage, Collage, Mixed media, Object art, Painting, Photo, Sculpture
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August Robin Peters 2017. Imaginary landscape made of Cardboard paper, wood and brush, ca. 50x70x10 cm

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August Robin Peters 2017, Assemblage landscape made of textile, wood, photograph, acryl, nylon, paper, ca 50x70cm

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August Robin Peters 2017, 3-Dimensional wall object made of cardboard-paper and yellow dishcloth, acryl paint, ca 130×90 cm

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August Robin Peters 2017, Red bricks. Painting of acryl and oil ca, 40×50 cm

Façade

Art, assemblage, Mixed media, Painting

This serie of works could reflect my state of mind about the last couple of months, after loosing a close relative. It reflects my feeling of isolation when mourning is not shared. The façade of this house has windows but they look either closed or difficult to see through. A door is not seen and can not be entered. The lack of an open door gives this atmosphere a very closed feeling. As if it’s not possible to participate, to enter or to leave. A feeling of left behind. Emotions that are isolated. The locked feeling of a mourning process. fullsizeoutput_43d6fullsizeoutput_43d7fullsizeoutput_43d8

December 2017 August Robin Peters

Inspired by

Art, Mixed media, Painting, Photo, Sculpture

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First I was interested in the simplicity of the form and shape of a oridinary grey plastic garbage bag. I used the form and principe of how it is folded to make a 3-dimensional sculptural work. I copied the pattern of the bag in a black plastic material and combined it with a wooden construction,  a standing wooden shelf which was made out of different thin layers of wood. Soon the smaller version of the sculpture followed, it just wanted to be there too. When it was finished I realised that it reminded me a lot to the painting of Breintner”s girl in kinomo standing in front of the mirror in a black gown. Which I have admired for a very long time and always returns to me. I decided to place the works in a sort of stage setting together with a remake of the girl in kimono and make the picture of these elements together as my artwork. The painting in the back is my re-interpretation of the Breitner work, it is not a copy. The last pictures  show the sculpture trying to get out of it’s destination and trying to be something else after the photoshoot.