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  • Art. illustration. For Example: juri nishi

    12.05.2012

    juri nishi

    illustration

    Juri Nishi is an artist based in London. Juri trained in Architecture at the Royal College of Art. Her passion lies in contemporary dance and making drawings and performance art in relation to perception and spaces. She is currently an Artist in Residence at Valentines Mansion, London.

    As well as a strong sense of aesthetics Juri’s work seeks to articulate a narrative relationship with the people and the space for whom it is made. Her process involves listening to their stories and finding creative ways to feed them into her work.

    Her recent work is about creating drawings that make walls disappear which act as a portal into an ethereal world.

    Juri spent time with the SGUL doctors and staff to gain an insight into their research. The wing is named after Edward Jenner, the pioneer of smallpox vaccine. The artwork is a representation of electron microscopic images of viruses such as Smallpox, HIV, influenza and malaria.

    The artwork is a 3m hand painted ink drawing where hundreds of dots were drawn to convey movement in two dimension. Juri was inspired by Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius. She wanted to create an artwork which had a play in perception where dots created direction, density and a space where one’s imagination can wonder. Ink was the chosen medium to coincide with the idea of staining used in microscopy to highlight structures for viewing.

    www.jurinishi.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: juri nishi

    12.05.2012

    juri nishi

    illustration

    Juri Nishi is an artist based in London. Juri trained in Architecture at the Royal College of Art. Her passion lies in contemporary dance and making drawings and performance art in relation to perception and spaces. She is currently an Artist in Residence at Valentines Mansion, London.

    As well as a strong sense of aesthetics Juri’s work seeks to articulate a narrative relationship with the people and the space for whom it is made. Her process involves listening to their stories and finding creative ways to feed them into her work.

    Her recent work is about creating drawings that make walls disappear which act as a portal into an ethereal world.

    Juri spent time with the SGUL doctors and staff to gain an insight into their research. The wing is named after Edward Jenner, the pioneer of smallpox vaccine. The artwork is a representation of electron microscopic images of viruses such as Smallpox, HIV, influenza and malaria.

    The artwork is a 3m hand painted ink drawing where hundreds of dots were drawn to convey movement in two dimension. Juri was inspired by Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius. She wanted to create an artwork which had a play in perception where dots created direction, density and a space where one’s imagination can wonder. Ink was the chosen medium to coincide with the idea of staining used in microscopy to highlight structures for viewing.

    www.jurinishi.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: juri nishi

    12.05.2012

    juri nishi

    illustration

    Juri Nishi is an artist based in London. Juri trained in Architecture at the Royal College of Art. Her passion lies in contemporary dance and making drawings and performance art in relation to perception and spaces. She is currently an Artist in Residence at Valentines Mansion, London.

    As well as a strong sense of aesthetics Juri’s work seeks to articulate a narrative relationship with the people and the space for whom it is made. Her process involves listening to their stories and finding creative ways to feed them into her work.

    Her recent work is about creating drawings that make walls disappear which act as a portal into an ethereal world.

    Juri spent time with the SGUL doctors and staff to gain an insight into their research. The wing is named after Edward Jenner, the pioneer of smallpox vaccine. The artwork is a representation of electron microscopic images of viruses such as Smallpox, HIV, influenza and malaria.

    The artwork is a 3m hand painted ink drawing where hundreds of dots were drawn to convey movement in two dimension. Juri was inspired by Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius. She wanted to create an artwork which had a play in perception where dots created direction, density and a space where one’s imagination can wonder. Ink was the chosen medium to coincide with the idea of staining used in microscopy to highlight structures for viewing.

    www.jurinishi.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: juri nishi

    12.05.2012

    juri nishi

    illustration

    Juri Nishi is an artist based in London. Juri trained in Architecture at the Royal College of Art. Her passion lies in contemporary dance and making drawings and performance art in relation to perception and spaces. She is currently an Artist in Residence at Valentines Mansion, London.

    As well as a strong sense of aesthetics Juri’s work seeks to articulate a narrative relationship with the people and the space for whom it is made. Her process involves listening to their stories and finding creative ways to feed them into her work.

    Her recent work is about creating drawings that make walls disappear which act as a portal into an ethereal world.

    Juri spent time with the SGUL doctors and staff to gain an insight into their research. The wing is named after Edward Jenner, the pioneer of smallpox vaccine. The artwork is a representation of electron microscopic images of viruses such as Smallpox, HIV, influenza and malaria.

    The artwork is a 3m hand painted ink drawing where hundreds of dots were drawn to convey movement in two dimension. Juri was inspired by Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius. She wanted to create an artwork which had a play in perception where dots created direction, density and a space where one’s imagination can wonder. Ink was the chosen medium to coincide with the idea of staining used in microscopy to highlight structures for viewing.

    www.jurinishi.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: juri nishi

    12.05.2012

    juri nishi

    illustration

    Juri Nishi is an artist based in London. Juri trained in Architecture at the Royal College of Art. Her passion lies in contemporary dance and making drawings and performance art in relation to perception and spaces. She is currently an Artist in Residence at Valentines Mansion, London.

    As well as a strong sense of aesthetics Juri’s work seeks to articulate a narrative relationship with the people and the space for whom it is made. Her process involves listening to their stories and finding creative ways to feed them into her work.

    Her recent work is about creating drawings that make walls disappear which act as a portal into an ethereal world.

    Juri spent time with the SGUL doctors and staff to gain an insight into their research. The wing is named after Edward Jenner, the pioneer of smallpox vaccine. The artwork is a representation of electron microscopic images of viruses such as Smallpox, HIV, influenza and malaria.

    The artwork is a 3m hand painted ink drawing where hundreds of dots were drawn to convey movement in two dimension. Juri was inspired by Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius. She wanted to create an artwork which had a play in perception where dots created direction, density and a space where one’s imagination can wonder. Ink was the chosen medium to coincide with the idea of staining used in microscopy to highlight structures for viewing.

    www.jurinishi.com
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