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Mari Masouridou

artist  |  Mari Masouridou

Athens

scouted by Despoina Tzanou

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In her artistic practice, Mari Masouridou employs photography, video and any other suitable medium in order to express her thoughts through her works. Mostly by doing installations, she uses the space constructively, as she is interested in the dynamic relations between images as well as a kind of a fluctuation of a meaning, a sort of on/off, connecting/disconnecting from that. From her first projects placed as an outsider into a ... Read more
In her artistic practice, Mari Masouridou employs photography, video and any other suitable medium in order to express her thoughts through her works. Mostly by doing installations, she uses the space constructively, as she is interested in the dynamic relations between images as well as a kind of a fluctuation of a meaning, a sort of on/off, connecting/disconnecting from that.

From her first projects placed as an outsider into a harsh aspect of reality, she started exploring the ambiguous meaning of actuality. In her works, we see that our relationship with the world has been disrupted. The meaning of identity is in crisis as well. There is a detachment of the image from the object and a distancing from the inactive environment.

On some occasions, Mari chooses to focus on individual elements while on others to isolate parts of this reality, as in Japanese artwork, without being limited to the Western framing restrictions.

In her latest body of work, Mari attempts to place the observer in an ambiguous setting, without a specific narrative, by freezing time, intent, movement and suspense. It is a form of reflecting reality as if through a broken mirror. She does not guide, rather she implies. She does not seek, she is allured. A view that is conscious yet at the same time led by randomness. Read less
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