Thursday, 24 November 2011

ALINE 117 an exhibition by ANNA BRUDER

ALine 117 by Anna Bruder
From Dalston Superstore:
Anna Bruder’s ALine 117 exhibition will take you back to a childlike state of mind by transforming the original interior into
a solely black and white illustrated world.
Thick black marker pen out lines, set against a white backdrop, illustrates Anna’s world of naïve yet humorous and clever representation of domesticity and every day life.
A playful environment is created reminiscent of simplistic youth.

A contemporary pop artist, with touches of the graffiti and graphic image likened to Keith Haring and Jean Paul Basquiat, Bruder utilises her experience and great skill in set design and prop-making to create an enchanting and charismatic world.

ALine 117 is the first exhibition of this series of works from Bruder, her intent is to develop her ‘world’ in any given context, whether it be a gallery, an old bus or a school in Zambia. The 2D monochromatic adventure begins!

About Anna Bruder
Anna Bruder is an artist, Theatre Designer and prop maker who graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2004.  For over 8 years Anna has worked in the world of theatre, not only practicing as a highly skilled prop maker for London's leading musicals, but also designing and building awe inspiring sets and installations for productions at The Young Vic, travelling productions with the ETO and many more theatre based institutions. This has seen her work alongside some of the best-known directors and designers in the country.
Community and rehabilitation projects have had a large presence in her career so far, working with children, youths with learning disabilities and criminal offenders young and adult. To bring theatre design and opportunities to schools, prisons, and youth groups across the country. Throughout the last ten years Bruder has been building a strong reputation based on her own work, filling spaces large and small with unique installations and other creations that have been exhibited not only in a theatrical context but in both traditional gallery settings and unconventional spaces.

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