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Signals#12 Anne Mundo

©️Anne Mundo and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn „16042020“, Japanese Ink and colours on ricepaper, 40 x 60cm


During the months/ weeks/ days of Corona, I tried to find a way of dealing with something that made the whole world locked down in such a short time. At home I made different experiments to find out, how that virus can be seen for human eyes and how I can imagine what it can do while infesting the human body. I tried to catch that shape of virus with a strong natural colour and changed its intensity step by step (pic by pic) to make it look like more powerless behind a strong line structure. It seems like that I touch a point of being unseen in a distantly environment.

Anne Mundo

was born in1982 in Rostock, Germany. She is living and working in Berlin and Bernau, Germany. She studied Fine Arts with Prof. Hanns Schimansky and Prof. Katharina Grosse at The Berlin Weissensee School of Art, 2002-2009 and at L´Ècole des beaux arts de Marseille, 2005-2006. She is working in different galleries and she also had an own projectspace and curated exhibitions, 2012- 2015. Since 2016 She has a scholarship called „Max – Artists in Residence an Grundschulen“. With this programm, where artists have a studio inside a school. Her idea of working together is trying to make children and teachers understandable how a process of thinking can be translated in art and general structure of life. The Artists and the Foundation „Stiftung Brandenburger Tor“ won the Future- Price for cultural education: „the Olymp“.

“For me and my work, the process of learning and developing is still the most important fact and main topic in my life that influences and reflected my art in its expression. I work in different genres, for example, Oil painting, performance and drawing.”

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©️Anne Mundo and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn „Safety first“, 052020 japanese Ink, red beete on Sumie, 24 x 32 cm,
©️Anne Mundo and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn „Spread“, 042020 japanese Ink, red beete on ricepaper, 30 x 35 cm
©️Anne Mundo and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. „Mayday, Rosa Freiheit, pink freedom“, 01052020, japanese Ink, red beete on ricepaper, 30 x 35 cm