Extracting Beauty from Biology
Unfathomable immensity imposing skies and oceans,
its presence carries powerful psychological burdens
Tania Blanco is a Spanish-born artist from Valencia, Spain. She currently lives and works in Paris and Valencia. Blanco’s most recent work, Sleep-Drunk Vademecum is made up of a large set of rounded paintings. She calls it an open project because her work is still in a process that began mid-2008.
The artist utilizes: medical instruments, high precision technology, scientific devices, anatomical models, clandestine laboratories and human representation as the objects of study and thought for her photography and design.
From the Artist:
“The bizarre represented objects reflect a mixture of past and future, and an ambiguous clinical atmosphere flows in them. On many of these painted surfaces, a soft cool-cold gradient isolates the represented elements and gives a non-gravitational character to the compositions. The project [has] a choral visual basis. The groups of images altogether represent the discourse, giving great importance to the different parts that give sense to the work as a whole.”
I invite you to please press play on the following song by Helium Robots – which I carefully selected to match with Tania Blanco’s Artwork. Peruse the creativity of this Spanish artist and check out the prints she has for sale below.
The Holy Bubble
Prints for Purchase