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INSIDHERLAND presents a New Design
EIDOLA: weiland Pianist, 1940, belongs to a series of 24 drawings created by Paul Klee in which the Swiss painter portrays the souls of musicians who, having lost their instruments, continue to play music using their own bodies.
In Pianist, the black keys of the keyboard are shown as part of the body, leaving the white keys on invisibility.
Inspired by Paul Klee’s drawing, the Pianist console doesn't represent the piano but the hands of the artist, vehicle of technique and emotion. The bronzed brass blades design a fragment of the pianist fingers that, on a white marble keyboard, release a melody hidden within the musical notes.
As trained architect, Joana Santos Barbosa received a variety of influences that defined her creativity.
Identity collection unveils a series of striking modern objects considered as fragments from the contact with architecture along with other artistic forms such as painting, sculpture and music.
The collection is a defining guidance of a journey that explores the fusion between these disciplines with a conceptual freedom. If some creations descend from identified images, others seem abstract productions that interpret awakening details of the creative process.
INSIDHERLAND pieces are made by craftsmen, using handcrafted techniques, which may result in small differences between pieces of the same model making each piece particularly unique and exclusive.
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