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Liene Bosquê

artist  |  Liene Bosquê

New York

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Liene Bosquê is a visual artist based in New York. Her work deals with the exploration of sensorial experience within architectural, urban and personal spaces. Her multidisciplinary practice, including installation, sculpture, and performance explores the infinite possibilities of fragmenting habitual spaces, and transforming rigid, subtle architectures into fragile and pliable materials. Liene investigates the passage of time, as well as the ways we perceive the space through the presence and ... Read more
Liene Bosquê is a visual artist based in New York.

Her work deals with the exploration of sensorial experience within architectural, urban and personal spaces. Her multidisciplinary practice, including installation, sculpture, and performance explores the infinite possibilities of fragmenting habitual spaces, and transforming rigid, subtle architectures into fragile and pliable materials. Liene investigates the passage of time, as well as the ways we perceive the space through the presence and absence of those who inhabit it.

Liene Bosquê is interested in the relationship between place and people. Following the process of creating traces, shadows, impressions, imprints, and reflections, she emphasizes on context, memory, and history. Liene often finds herself inspired by materials that hold a memory and also already saturated with meaning.

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