Artistic Visions of Manuella Muerner Marioni

Artistic Visions of Manuella Muerner Marioni
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Mittwoch, 21. August 2013

From dead to life

"from dead to life"

In my work, my propose is to break away from the stringent order of society, to unleash tensions and to bring about a vivid confrontation with the issues of 
"form and color". My fascination has always been the play of light in the crystals, in the water, and especially the light fraction of sunlight through the prism.

From dead to life! Pure matter to bring to life through specific perceptual effects. For me as an artist a great challenge. I want to raise not only my work in the center. The surrounding and environment of my beholders should become a part in my artwork.
All these details have to give a contribution to the totality of the artwork. How can you represent that?

With three-dimensional sculptures, covered with mirror pieces, which reflect a confrontation with the sculpture and surrounding. Each individual mirror fragment I cut by hand with a diamond cutter.

The perceived image of my sculptures changes every time when I move to a new location or when I change my perspective. Even my clothes are scattered 
reflected back. My sculptures convey 
the mystery of a never ending visual experience!

Montag, 12. August 2013

SWISS ARTIST CONTEST 2013: Finalrunde in Casacanditella - Progetto Evo

in Zusammenarbeit mit dem 
SWISS ARTIST CONTEST 2013 - Finalrunde

Ausstellung: 9. - 18. August 2013, 18.00 Uhr
Preisverleihung: Freitag, 9. August 2013, 18.00 Uhr
Giuseppe D'Angelo - Gemeindeammann Casacanditella; Adriano Stutz - Präsident Kunst Forum International Schweiz; Dr. Maria Cristina Ricciardi - Universität Chieti-Pescara; Prof. Angelo Calabrese - Kunsthistoriker und Redaktor Kunstzeitschrift Futuro; Dott. Michele Di Giuseppe - Kulturabgeordneter

Die Künstlerin
ist mit ihrer bekannten Skulptur Sphinx © vertreten:
Mixed-Media Skulptur publiziert in

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Sonntag, 4. August 2013

NY Arts Magazine interview with Manuella Muerner Marioni part II

in interview with
part II

 Manuella Muerner Marioni with Abraham Lubelsky
(Founder + Director of NY Arts Magazine)

NY Arts Magazine:
What drives you to make your way to the art studio everyday?

Manuella Muerner Marioni:
If I do not have time to work in my studio because I have to do urgently other things, I'll get moody and uncomfortable. For me, it's like being in paradise, if I can work in my studio in peace without disturbance. I live in a different world then - in my fantasy world! And I have a lot of ideas and fantasy (my teachers at school always told me that I have too much imagination). Today I say: "Without imagination you are lost in this world!"
left side of my studio with with posters 
of my exhibitions on the wall

NY Arts Magazine:
If you had the opportunity to be included in a two person museum show, who would be your ideal artist to show alongside?

Manuella Muerner Marioni:
Soon I will launch a major project named "Wonderworld" with John Stutz (Swiss Artist); a great artist who works with varios materials (mainly with plastic materials). We shall create a big work together "Wonderworld", similar to the Noah's Ark in Israel made by Niki de St Phalle in collaboration with the star architect Mario Botta.

Ny Arts Magazine:
Tell us about any exciting upcoming shows or projects you are looking forward to.

Manuella Muerner Marioni:
First I'd like to tell you that I am winner of the ASSISI ARTE for the first International Biennale of Contemporary Art 2014 ! 
with my Sculpture "In Bocca al Lupo" ©

Then I am looking forward to Berlin - 
Here a brand new artwork, Observing ©, Acrylic with Mixed-Media (spectrumglass fragments) on Canvas, which will be in Exhibition at the Berliner Liste:

Also to the SAM 2013 in Saint-Germain-des-Près, Paris (France) I am looking forward. I shall expose in the Gallery Etienne de Casans, organized by 
from 8 October - 2 November 2013
I will be represented with my artwork "LACRIME" ©, Acrylic with Mixed-Media (spectrumglass fragments) on canvas: