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Kamila Musilova

artist  |  Kamila Musilova

Prague

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Kamila Musilova is a Czech born artist who lives and works between Tel Aviv and Prague. Most of her present works and projects are realised especially within the medium of photography. Already there, however, her interest in other techniques in the processing of particular topics appears. She mostly works around the principle of "temporary installation" with the help of which she intuitively creates new relationships between objects and their meaning ... Read more
Kamila Musilova is a Czech born artist who lives and works between Tel Aviv and Prague.

Most of her present works and projects are realised especially within the medium of photography. Already there, however, her interest in other techniques in the processing of particular topics appears. She mostly works around the principle of "temporary installation" with the help of which she intuitively creates new relationships between objects and their meaning and specific places. These objects in space are then usually transformed into the photographic medium.

Photographed or 3D objects and installations are always reaction on exact places, their inhabitants and stories they are carrying. Her recent's work starting point is her living environment and life principals of her grandparents. This personal intimate theme has become broader with her understanding of how much our environment influences most of us.

Childhood memories, traditions and family stereotypes together with sentiment about passed time are strongly present in her recent works.

All these vague values are represented in inspiration by rural craftsmanship, "unskillfulness" and a do-it-yourself approach. Read less
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