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PLASTICIN

Alexandra's original artwork series "Plasticin" 

Memories are a unique treasure that we keep throughout our lives, but half of our childhood memories may be fabricated. Research shows that one in four out of ten people have invented their earliest childhood memories. The brain actively creates new cells, disrupting connections necessary for long-term memory. Things that never happened can seem real. Moreover, there are psychological and social factors that can influence our memories. Interacting with others and sharing stories can lead to memories being distorted or mixed with other people's memories. This is especially relevant in childhood when our memory is more vulnerable and susceptible to change.

 

In her artwork, Alexandra explores the boundary between dreams and reality, memories and fiction, using distorted figures and proportions, immersing us in the labyrinths of memories and fantasies.

 

In this world created by Alexandra, we are confronted with questions about the nature of reality and the relativity of our memories, discovering new horizons and possibilities for understanding our own lives.

QUIET TIME

 

Painting

110/150cm

oil, canvas

2022

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INTRO

 

Painting

110/130cm

oil, canvas, paper

2023

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ON THE CARPET

 

Painting

90/120cm

oil, canvas, potal

2023

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NURSERY RHYME

 

Painting

90/120cm

oil, canvas, chalk

2023

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