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Jan Vormann Combines The Very Old With The Very New in 2 Unusual Projects

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Artist Jan Vormann's Dispatchwork, 2007, Venti Eventi - Bocchignano, Rome, Italy. Plastic construction pieces (e.g. Legos®) added to centuries old buildings in Italy:

The above project was done in Bocchignano, Italy, a village close to Rome, as part of the group project "20 Eventi". The group of artists developed projects for 4 villages of the Sabina region and decided to create a compilation of drawings, for collectors to purchase, and to support this project.

Moje, Twoje Miasto (My, Your city) - Art Museum, Lodz, Poland

For the exhibition "Moje Twoje Miasto" (My, your city) in Lodz, Poland, he created "destructif modernization":

A custom-shaped mirror was installed outside, on the right-hand corner-wall, of the Museum. Entering to visit the exhibition there seemed to appear a big whole in the building. By using the mirror as a material, he referred to one type of modern architecture, using reflecting surfaces as front.

Jan Vormann started his studies in Berlin and currently studies, lives and works in St. Petersburg.
see the artist's site here.


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