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Rzeźby z wykorzystaniem krwi menstruacyjnej (6)

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Pics shows: Regla Series by Rhine Bernardino, 2016-17 in collaboration with Anna Gray; A new art exhibition is opening which will feature sculptures made partly from the artist???s menstrual blood. Filipino contemporary artist Rhine Bernardino will take part in the exhibition named Discoveries, showing off her bizarre sculptural series, "Regla". To create her striking pieces she said she used glass, water, and her own menstrual blood and is looking forward to her artworks going on show to the public at the event at the Fiumano Clase gallery in London from 30 January to 16 March. "Regla" (Filipino for "menstrual blood") will feature 12 separate sculptures, one for each menstrual cycle of the year. It is reported the artist did one a month, each time she was on her period, finishing the last piece in December 2017. She said she hopes her pieces have have the potential to "encourage social change". She said every piece is "a makeshift laboratory wherein collections of menstrual blood are not associated with disgust, but regarded as objects of inspection and conversation" saying her works are "provocative and aesthetically beautiful". She explained: "Every month, I collect my menstrual blood and seal it in a glass sculpture. The piece shows various amounts of blood released each month and how the blood changes through time, but most of all showing the beauty of the substance while accentuating its delicate qualities through the material and its presentation." The esteemed artist is the first Filipino in history to obtain a Master of Arts in Sculpture qualification from the UK's Royal College of Art.
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Pics shows: Rhine Bernardino sits next to her art; A new art exhibition is opening which will feature sculptures made partly from the artist???s menstrual blood. Filipino contemporary artist Rhine Bernardino will take part in the exhibition named Discoveries, showing off her bizarre sculptural series, "Regla". To create her striking pieces she said she used glass, water, and her own menstrual blood and is looking forward to her artworks going on show to the public at the event at the Fiumano Clase gallery in London from 30 January to 16 March. "Regla" (Filipino for "menstrual blood") will feature 12 separate sculptures, one for each menstrual cycle of the year. It is reported the artist did one a month, each time she was on her period, finishing the last piece in December 2017. She said she hopes her pieces have have the potential to "encourage social change". She said every piece is "a makeshift laboratory wherein collections of menstrual blood are not associated with disgust, but regarded as objects of inspection and conversation" saying her works are "provocative and aesthetically beautiful". She explained: "Every month, I collect my menstrual blood and seal it in a glass sculpture. The piece shows various amounts of blood released each month and how the blood changes through time, but most of all showing the beauty of the substance while accentuating its delicate qualities through the material and its presentation." The esteemed artist is the first Filipino in history to obtain a Master of Arts in Sculpture qualification from the UK's Royal College of Art.
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Pics shows: Regla Series by Rhine Bernardino, 2016-17 in collaboration with Anna Gray; A new art exhibition is opening which will feature sculptures made partly from the artist???s menstrual blood. Filipino contemporary artist Rhine Bernardino will take part in the exhibition named Discoveries, showing off her bizarre sculptural series, "Regla". To create her striking pieces she said she used glass, water, and her own menstrual blood and is looking forward to her artworks going on show to the public at the event at the Fiumano Clase gallery in London from 30 January to 16 March. "Regla" (Filipino for "menstrual blood") will feature 12 separate sculptures, one for each menstrual cycle of the year. It is reported the artist did one a month, each time she was on her period, finishing the last piece in December 2017. She said she hopes her pieces have have the potential to "encourage social change". She said every piece is "a makeshift laboratory wherein collections of menstrual blood are not associated with disgust, but regarded as objects of inspection and conversation" saying her works are "provocative and aesthetically beautiful". She explained: "Every month, I collect my menstrual blood and seal it in a glass sculpture. The piece shows various amounts of blood released each month and how the blood changes through time, but most of all showing the beauty of the substance while accentuating its delicate qualities through the material and its presentation." The esteemed artist is the first Filipino in history to obtain a Master of Arts in Sculpture qualification from the UK's Royal College of Art.
NAJWYŻSZA DOSTĘPNA ROZDZIELCZOŚĆ
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Pics shows: Regla Series by Rhine Bernardino, 2016-17 in collaboration with Anna Gray; A new art exhibition is opening which will feature sculptures made partly from the artist???s menstrual blood. Filipino contemporary artist Rhine Bernardino will take part in the exhibition named Discoveries, showing off her bizarre sculptural series, "Regla". To create her striking pieces she said she used glass, water, and her own menstrual blood and is looking forward to her artworks going on show to the public at the event at the Fiumano Clase gallery in London from 30 January to 16 March. "Regla" (Filipino for "menstrual blood") will feature 12 separate sculptures, one for each menstrual cycle of the year. It is reported the artist did one a month, each time she was on her period, finishing the last piece in December 2017. She said she hopes her pieces have have the potential to "encourage social change". She said every piece is "a makeshift laboratory wherein collections of menstrual blood are not associated with disgust, but regarded as objects of inspection and conversation" saying her works are "provocative and aesthetically beautiful". She explained: "Every month, I collect my menstrual blood and seal it in a glass sculpture. The piece shows various amounts of blood released each month and how the blood changes through time, but most of all showing the beauty of the substance while accentuating its delicate qualities through the material and its presentation." The esteemed artist is the first Filipino in history to obtain a Master of Arts in Sculpture qualification from the UK's Royal College of Art.
NAJWYŻSZA DOSTĘPNA ROZDZIELCZOŚĆ
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Pics shows: Regla Series by Rhine Bernardino, 2016-17 in collaboration with Anna Gray; A new art exhibition is opening which will feature sculptures made partly from the artist???s menstrual blood. Filipino contemporary artist Rhine Bernardino will take part in the exhibition named Discoveries, showing off her bizarre sculptural series, "Regla". To create her striking pieces she said she used glass, water, and her own menstrual blood and is looking forward to her artworks going on show to the public at the event at the Fiumano Clase gallery in London from 30 January to 16 March. "Regla" (Filipino for "menstrual blood") will feature 12 separate sculptures, one for each menstrual cycle of the year. It is reported the artist did one a month, each time she was on her period, finishing the last piece in December 2017. She said she hopes her pieces have have the potential to "encourage social change". She said every piece is "a makeshift laboratory wherein collections of menstrual blood are not associated with disgust, but regarded as objects of inspection and conversation" saying her works are "provocative and aesthetically beautiful". She explained: "Every month, I collect my menstrual blood and seal it in a glass sculpture. The piece shows various amounts of blood released each month and how the blood changes through time, but most of all showing the beauty of the substance while accentuating its delicate qualities through the material and its presentation." The esteemed artist is the first Filipino in history to obtain a Master of Arts in Sculpture qualification from the UK's Royal College of Art.
NAJWYŻSZA DOSTĘPNA ROZDZIELCZOŚĆ
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Pics shows: Regla Series by Rhine Bernardino, 2016-17 in collaboration with Anna Gray; A new art exhibition is opening which will feature sculptures made partly from the artist???s menstrual blood. Filipino contemporary artist Rhine Bernardino will take part in the exhibition named Discoveries, showing off her bizarre sculptural series, "Regla". To create her striking pieces she said she used glass, water, and her own menstrual blood and is looking forward to her artworks going on show to the public at the event at the Fiumano Clase gallery in London from 30 January to 16 March. "Regla" (Filipino for "menstrual blood") will feature 12 separate sculptures, one for each menstrual cycle of the year. It is reported the artist did one a month, each time she was on her period, finishing the last piece in December 2017. She said she hopes her pieces have have the potential to "encourage social change". She said every piece is "a makeshift laboratory wherein collections of menstrual blood are not associated with disgust, but regarded as objects of inspection and conversation" saying her works are "provocative and aesthetically beautiful". She explained: "Every month, I collect my menstrual blood and seal it in a glass sculpture. The piece shows various amounts of blood released each month and how the blood changes through time, but most of all showing the beauty of the substance while accentuating its delicate qualities through the material and its presentation." The esteemed artist is the first Filipino in history to obtain a Master of Arts in Sculpture qualification from the UK's Royal College of Art.
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