January 31, 2012
Nathalie Du Pasquir, Milan-based artist and co-founder of the 1980′s ‘Memphis’ movement inspired us with her bold still life’s and series of wooden constructs.
Her characteristic way of combining shapes and colour clearly communicate her involvement in the Postmodern movement. An arrangement of ‘future form’, and ‘things’ that protest against mass production and marketability is an undertone to her work, made accessible by the recognisable shapes and bold use of colour.
In her own words she describes her work and design:
“I’m interested in things being well together in composition’, and we couldn’t agree more…