Ariadna Dane uses ink, collage and cutouts to produce sophisticated pieces that capture organic forms and structures.
Ariadna's work is held in private and corporate collections internationally.
This year, Ariadna's first augmented reality work will be exhibited in Fulham Town Hall, London.

Ariadna Dane is a visual and multi-media artist living and working in London. Having grown up in Siberia and travelled extensively, the artist discovered a connection to nature which became a source of inspiration for her evolving art practice.

The creative process behind Dane's work involves experimentation with ink, cutouts and shadow techniques to imitate and amplify nature. The resulting forms and textures are partially chance and partially calculation; the outcome of both ceding the artist's control over the process and being acutely aware of the development of forms and textures. Just like in nature, every resulting element is unique and cannot be repeated.

Dane's work elicits a sense of wonder, transfigured into a moment of a quiet reflection.

RECENT CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

In 2021, Dane's first augmented reality work will be exhibited in Fulham Town Hall (London), as part of an exhibition curated by Ben Moore. Dane's work will be shown alongside such artists as Charlotte Colbert, Joe Rush, Ben Eine, Paul Insect and others.

In 2020, Dane was commissioned by Saga Shipping to create two large scale diptychs for inclusion in an onboard collection aiming to showcase the best in contemporary British art.

In 2019, Dane's work was displayed at the Regent's Park Tube Station (London), as part of the public art initiative. The same year, her work from the "Organic Wreaths" collection won the Zealous Stories Mixed Media Competition, selected by industry experts.

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