Mia Pearlman

Миа Перлман

Cloudscapes

Mia Pearlman  Cloudscapes

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Since receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornell University in 1996, Mia Pearlman has exhibited internationally in numerous galleries, non-profit spaces and museums, including the Museum of Arts and Design (NYC), Plaatsmaken (Netherlands), Roebling Hall Gallery (NYC), Smack Mellon (Brooklyn, NY), the Centre for Recent Drawing (London), and Morgan Lehman Gallery (NYC) and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts (AL), the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Manchester Art Gallery (UK). She recently completed a large commission for Liberty Mutual’s new headquarters in Boston, and is currently working on a commission for the 80th Street A Train station for the MTA in Queens, New York.

Her work has been featured in over a dozen books on contemporary art, and in both international and domestic press, including The New York Times, New York Magazine, The New York Post, The Boston Globe, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Surface Design Journal, Elle Décor Italia, Grafik (UK), Machina (Poland), Computer Arts (UK), and Home Concepts (Singapore). Pearlman has also appeared on PBS Thirteen’s SundayArts and NY1.

Pearlman has participated in many residency programs, including 20×24 Studio (NYC), Proyecto’Ace (Buenos Aires), Byrdcliffe (Woodstock, NY), the Lower East Side Printshop (NYC), and the Vermont Studio Center. In 2012 she was a Fellow at the Liguria Study Center in Bogliasco, Italy.

She received a 2011 Artist Grant from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the 2011 Robert Sterling Clark Visual Arts Space Award, which grants a free one-year studio space at The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation’s Space Program, a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant (2008), a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant (2008) and an Established Artist Fellowship from UrbanGlass (2009).

Pearlman lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
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source: beautifuldecay

Mia Pearlman’s site specific cut paper installations are ephemeral drawings in both two and three dimensions that blur the line between actual, illusionistic, and imagined space. Sculptural and often glowing with natural or artificial light, these imaginary weather systems appear frozen in an ambiguous moment, bursting through walls and windows, or hovering within a room.
Pearlman’s process is very intuitive, based on spontaneous decisions made in the moment. She begins by making loose line drawings in india ink on large rolls of paper. Then selected areas are cut between the lines to make a new drawing in positive and negative space on the reverse. Created on site by trial and error, a 2-3 day dance with chance and control takes place during each and every installation. Existing only for the length of the installation, the weightless world totters on the brink of being and not being, continually in flux.
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source: fedrigoniclub

Voluta es una escultura de edición limitada cortada con láser. Es fácil de construir y de ese modo se puede disfrutar de una escultura hecha ‘con papel’ para poner en cualquier lugar. En los videos que os dejamos podéis ver como se desarrolló el diseño y el proceso de producción.

Mia Pearlman además de crear esta pieza, es conocida por sus grandes instalaciones con las que simula tormentas, texturas y creaciones artísticas todas hechas con papel.
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source: fedrigoniclub

Voluta é uma escultura de edição limitada cortada a laser. É fácil de construir e, por isso, permite o prazer de apreciar uma escultura feita ‘com papel’ para colocar em qualquer lugar. Nos vídeos que lhe deixamos poderá ver como foi desenvolvido o design e o processo de produção.

Mia Pearlman, além de ser a criadora desta peça, é conhecida pelas suas grandes instalações, através das quais simula tempestades, pelas texturas e pelas criações artísticas todas feitas com papel.