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Roxane Pots, /

master beeldende kunsten - vrije kunsten

Roxane Pots’ work originates from a childish fascination with pop culture and a love for Camp. As a maker, she has always had the desire to coincide with her subject, in search of personal and collective identity. It is a game of intimate versus unobtainable and recognizing versus denying. This results in photographic (self-) portraits as different personae, paintings based on found and altered imagery of fallen stars, relating to the painter’s personal life, or a mix of these. By the translation of something that does not traditionally belong in the fine art context in exactly that, painted quickly and sometimes crudely, she tries to communicate her ongoing personal questioning on the line between data and art.

Credits

Inge Grognard

Ronald Stoops

Contact

Mentoren / Mentors
Narcisse Tordoir
Ria De Boodt