I am so thrilled to be a part of this exhibition with the sculptural dress, Precious Nipples, which I collaborate with designer Manuel Fernandez. It was worn by actress Juana Acosta and selected as the featured image by photographer Omar Ayyashi to represent The Exhibition N5. N5 is an organization created to defend all genders’ rights and empower all women and girls.
Plaza de Murillo, 2, 28014 Madrid, Spain
Actress Juana Acosta and photo © Omar Ayyashi
N.5 is an exhibition project created by Manuel Fernández for the Fashion Art Institute and Omar Ayyashi.
It addresses the fifth sustainable development objective (ODS) set by the European Union in its 2030 plan. The photographs address the different ODS number five raises in everyday life situations. The dresses have been photographed with actresses such as Belén Rueda, Paz Vega, Juana Acosta, Anna Castillo, Cayetana Guillén Cuervo.
These actresses wear Manuel Fernández, designed exclusively for “Fashion Art Institute” lighting artist Grimanesa Amorós intervene Precious Nipples, which Juana Acosta wore.
N.5 es un proyecto expositivo ideado por el diseñador Manuel Fernández para Fashion Art Institute y el fotografo Omar Ayyashi que aborda el quinto objetivo de desarrollo sostenible (ODS) marcado por la unión europea en su agenda 2030. Las fotografías abordan las distintas metas que el ODS número cinco plantea, en situaciones de vida cotidiana. Estas se han creado con actrices de primera línea de nuestro cine: Belén Rueda, Paz Vega, Anna Castillo, Cayetana Guillén Cuervo, Ester Expósito son algunos de los personajes inmortalizados para este proyecto de“Fashion Art Institute” Juana Costa fotografiada con Precious Nipples vestido intervenido por Amoros.
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Portrait and Interview by Tatijana Shoan “There’s a certain Slant of light” is the first line of a poem of the same name written by American poet and writer Emily Dickinson back in 1861. The poem likens winter sunlight to cathedral music and considers the spiritual effects of the light. Light has been a theme throughout history for poets, writers and artists, and Peruvian-American artist has taken this theme to an experiential level. More than using light to illuminate her work, light is her main medium, which she controls through a complicated and intricate proprietary computer system that allows her to choreograph rays of light in various color hues to hypnotic music. This interdisciplinary artist is known for her large-scale light sculpture installations that incorporate elements from sculpture, video, drawings, printing and technology to create site-specific installations that engage architecture and captivate viewers. Amorós’ ephemeral and transcendent works reflect her Peruvian heritage and the communities where the artwork lives, and aims to bring communities together and build a bridge between the past, present and future. Grimanesa Amorós “LIGHT IS EPHEMERAL, AND I LOVE THE FACT THAT EVERY PERSON CAN CONNECT TO IT—PEOPLE HAVE A RELATIONSHIP AND ATTACHMENT TO LIGHT.” Grimanesa Amorós As If Magazine Issue 18 featuring Naomi Watts, Dominique Fishback, Jennifer Sears, Rainsford, and Richard Butler. AS IF Magazine is a large-format luxury biannual publication focused on the realms of artistic expression and the visionaries behind them. We feature individuals who have made a creative mark in our society in fashion, art, design, architecture, music, film, and business. We are the recipients of over 20 national and international awards in platinum and gold for Best New Magazine, Best Editorial Design, and Best Cover Design. AS IF Magazine is currently distributed by Speedimpex USA, a leading national distributer to major US cities such as New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Miami, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and San Francisco, among others. AS IF can also be found in five- and six-star hotels and private charter jets both domestically and internationally. Send an email or media kit to info@AsIfMag.com for more information.
What Are Your Favorite Artists Cooking-Up During Quarantine?
Marina Abramovic’s recipe for “Drinking Water”
Grimanesa Amoros’ recipe for Pisco Sour
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Link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGkOCybFZIc
Prof. Ruth Berktold has been teaching at the Munich University of Applied Sciences since September 2002. Her research area is architecture and the conceptual integration of computer-aided design and teaches both Bachelor and Master courses. She is the managing director of YES ARCHITECTURE with headquarters in Munich and a branch in New York.
Grimanesa Amorós is a New York-based American interdisciplinary artist with diverse interests in the fields of social history, scientific research and critical theory. Through her art she conveys an ephemeral wonder, entrancing viewers from all different backgrounds and communities to become agents of empowerment. She makes use of sculpture, video and lighting to create works that illuminate our notions of personal identity and community. She was a guest speaker at TEDGlobal 2014, earned an NEA Visual Artist Fellowship and an NEA Artist Travel Grant, and participated in the Art In Embassies Program. Her work has been exhibited in the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America.
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