In Photos: Don’t miss Aleksandra Karpowicz‘s solo exhibition at Young Blood Gallery titled ‘The Subconscious Body’.

We pride ourselves in the custom work we’re able to do for clients, especially artists and gallery spaces. We recently created these lightboxes for Aleksandra Karpowicz‘s solo exhibition at Young Blood Gallery titled ‘The Subconscious Body’, a body of work inspired by her fascination with people and human nature. The exhibition opened on 1 February and will be running until 28 February 2018. We created custom frames and installed bulbs behind them which can be switched on and off as desired to light up the art work from behind.

The London-based artist’s approach aims to reassert the beauty in the human form. She uses the female gaze to challenge wider concerns about the representation of bodies. Human physicality, sexuality, and identity in today’s mass-media age inspire her projects.

Aleksandra seeks to depict difference across a wide social spectrum. She works against the current trend of unnatural digital manipulation of the body that supports mass media’s tendency to perpetuate one “ideal” form. The art she produces necessitates a dialogue that can allow for a wider acceptance of diversity and equality.

We’re incredibly proud to be a part of such an amazing exhibition. For more information about custom orders please visit Orms Print Room & Framing or contact one of our consultants at printroom@orms.co.za.








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