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Meanwhile, Katrien De Blauwer

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Belgian collage artist – or as she describes herself, photographer without a camera – Katrien De Blauwer has taken up permanent residence in my tabs for the last couple of years. Drawing upon, or rather cutting up, a vast collection of vintage magazines, her works are small, unrefined, yet delicate; as much about the yellowing of paper and imperfections of print than the actual images they disrupt. She’s published a number of collections, with titles like You Could At Least Pretend To Like Yellow and Why I Hate Cars, but a more affordable taster can be found in Port #26. I’ve yet to see any of her pieces in the flesh (this selection is taken from Artsy), but I bet they smell incredible … if that’s any measure of art.

Dark Scenes 123, 2015
Dark Scenes 123, 2015
Dark Scenes 123, 2015
Dark Scenes 123, 2015
Love Me Tender, 2019
Love Me Tender, 2019
Love Me Tender 160, 2019
Love Me Tender 160, 2019
Dark Scenes 86, 2014
Dark Scenes 86, 2014
Single Cuts 118, 2016
Single Cuts 118, 2016
Repetitive Scenes 71, 2015
Repetitive Scenes 71, 2015
Single Cuts 109, 2016
Single Cuts 109, 2016
Jump Cuts 6, 2015
Jump Cuts 6, 2015
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