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NeSpoon — Warsaw, Poland

“The differences are technical, but the motifs I paint and the joy in creating them are the same. My works on paper are mostly screen-printing. I paint the walls in the warm season, in the winter I work mainly in the printing house. While painting the mural, I am alone on a scaffold and have a lot of time to think. In winter, friends come to the studio, there is a lot of laughter and joy, and work often turns into a meeting, a meeting into a party.”

Young Polish artist NeSpoon says she creates works that are somewhere in between street art, pottery, painting, sculpture and jewellery. “I like to make positive art and to deal with positive emotions,” she says.“Sometimes, I also comment in my art on social and political issues that I consider important. But mostly my work consists of prints of traditional lace, made in clay or painted on walls. Why lace? Because it has an aesthetic code that is deeply embedded in every culture. We find symmetry in lace, some kind of order and harmony; isn’t that what we all seek instinctively?Why street art? Because it gives me freedom.”

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