Rima Day

“Scriptum XXV”

2.600,00 inc. Vat

Silk Organza, Thread, Paper, Book Cloth.

Dimensions: 32 cm x 24 cm 12,60 in x 9,45 in

Unique piece

The artwork includes a Certificate of Authenticity.

Frame: This artwork is unframed

1 in stock

Shipping from: United States
Estimated time of dispatch: 7 working days
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Year: 2023
Medium: Sculpture
Style: Nature

About the Artist

Rima Day uses thread, fabric, and paper to create artwork inspired by nature and the human body. Thread and textiles are surrogates for the human body for their softness, translucency, and fragility. She utilizes them to visualize emotions and human connections, emphasizing hidden or suppressed feelings, emotional wounds, and the depth of human hearts. As the artist stitches, there is reflection on rapid technological advancements and globalization, which impact society by diminishing traditional skills, the loss of religion and culture, damage to nature, and changes in how people communicate with each other. With the needle, the artist seeks a path through hidden thoughts, repairs invisible wounds, and establishes connections.

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