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Body Art chronicles: Uruturamaro, Dirty Bodies and Flowers
Uruturamaro art mixes bodies, printed digital graphics and flowers. The idea behind his (her?) works is to take “persons” from the worst and most dirty places of the World Wide Web and to transform them in human-flowers.
This is an important branch of contemporary art that has its roots in the nature of human being and in the desire to modify the body or to show on it signs that link the person to a wider reality (community, culture, gods, myth...).
BODY ART #7: Uruturamaro
The idea behind his (her?) works is to take “persons” from the worst and most dirty places of the World Wide Web and to transform them in human-flowers.
Uruturamaro declared that he/she was inspired by some verses of a Japanese tea-master: “Even in the dirt, there are flowers”.
Uruturamaro artworks are published on some webistes and then erased after some days, they die like flowers. He/she rarely exhibited the works in art spaces, mostly on South Asian countries and even in these cases only for a few days.
Regarding the Body Art we have recently launched a new event that will take place on August in the beautiful Merano:
Rabarama, the Muse of Body Art for Kryolan
Kryolan , in collaboration with Vecchiato Arte, launches the first competition and festival of body art inspired by the art of Rabarama . The final event will take place on August 2, 2014 in Merano, Italy.
Like all beautiful and innovative initiatives , the Rabarama Body Art Festival was born thanks to the encounter of different persons and companies, all linked from acting towards the Beauty and with a strong interest in the Body .
Kryolan , the most famous of professional cosmetics company ( and cruelty free ! ), the great plastic artist Rabarama and the art gallery Vecchiato Arte , the famous photographer Hikari Kesho and his living sculptures , they met , they liked and so was born the Rabarama Body Art Festival
Ten (10) body artists will be selected (through the regional selections ) and they will participate in the final event in Merano where they will realize their work of body art inspired to Rabarama .
Rabarama with Martin Miller, the prestigious photographer Hikari Kesho and Arch. Daniel Piovano will judge and elect the winner .
There will be prizes of great value offered by Rabarama, Vecchiato Arte and Kryolan , as well as the publication of the photos of the finalists on the official websites of the event.
>More information and registration on http://www.rabaramabodyartfestival.com