ANNA SUDBINA Artist artworks for sale
Artist: ANNA SUDBINA
Live in: London, United Kingdom
Artworks for sale: 0
ANNA SUDBINA Artist Bio:
Without obvious foothold in reality Anna’s body of work attempts to go beyond the plain description of a natural world. This free-floating and impressionistic version of reality that is proposed by the artist, only takes shape in the eye of a viewer as a feeling, an experience, a hazy recollection drawn from childhood, titillating the imagination and speaking to the subconscious. She studied Languages and Psychology in Moscow before moving to London where she graduated from Central St Martins (UAL) Coming from a great tradition of Russian abstract artists such as Kandinsky, Malevich, Chagal, her work draws upon newer ideas taking as its inspiration digitisation, fractals, quantum mechanics, the infinite and the unconscious. Anna also works in collaboration with with luxury brands designing custom made textile prints and decorative surface patterns. Her work for Lucas Hugh had been selected by Mario Testino for his High Plains Drifter shoot for UK VOGUE and since then appeared in numerous fashion publications and art press. It sells in Harrods, Browns Focus, Brown Thomas, on Net-a-porter, Matches Fashion and in many other boutiques across the world. "Art is a language that everyone understands. Every viewer sees my work through the prism of personal past experiences finding meaning in patterns and making sense of intertwined shapes. The stories are born every time someone takes a moment to describe what they see. This aspect of my work calls upon viewers' imagination, it is interactive and fun. But there is also a subtler subliminal message. The abstract images undimmed by preconception communicate directly to subconscious the ideas of harmony and balance encoded in them. The universe from atom to galaxy is in a perpetual state of flux. No stable system of equilibrium exists. Everything and everyone are connected by one constant - change. And in this invariable motion there is a brief moment of an unlikely complex organisation of chaotic bits of matter held together by information, that pop’s in and out of existence, from chaos to order and back again. We call it Life. On this journey between Chaos and Law the closer you get to any of the two extremes the stronger you can feel the negatives – the Chaos, overly unmanageable and Law by itself overly controlling. Thus all Life consistently inconsistent must strive for Balance, for it cannot be otherwise, and look for Harmony that allows all parts to fit together, for otherwise it cannot flourish."