Lunch Hour with Milisa Galazzi
Wednesday, August 3
4–5am AEST (Thursday)
Lunch Hour with Milisa Galazzi & Julie deBoer
The Experience of Being Human
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Join Julie deBoer for a LUNCH HOUR Conversation with Master Artist Milisa Galazzi
“My work is a physical expression of my experience of being human... in this way the work is a visual footprint of my thinking.” —Milisa Galazzi
Join us for a candid conversation with Milisa and Julie about:
- What inspires Milisa’s paintings, sculptures, photographs, drawings, prints and art installations;
- How different materials help her express her thoughts and beliefs;
- How she strives to connect memories from the past with the present—and what she wants to pass on for the future;
- Bring YOUR OWN QUESTIONS for Milisa!
Bring your lunch and enjoy this casual sit-down with a Mastrius Master Artist!
Always LIVE & INTERACTIVE. Bring your questions and participate!
🚩 Tickets FREE for everyone
🎙️ Event recording available for Mastrius members only
About Milisa Galazzi
Mixed Media | Graphite | Sculptor | Encaustic
I am intrigued with the ways in which we interrelate – especially when these relationships are punctuated by physical distance or separation by time. In this ongoing series of shadow drawings called String Theory, I visually nod to the complexities of interconnectedness and allude to the delicate yet strong relationships we form with one another over space and time. Much like the theory in subatomic particle physics in which tiny, vibrating, string-like objects float in space, my work visually vibrates with the use of line and shadow. In the world of physics, string theory exist in up to nine dimensions of space – plus the dimension of time. I layer multiple pieces of paper which visually reference this space-time continuum.
My physical manipulation of light and space in these works acts simultaneously as object, image, and silhouette. When illuminated by numerous light sources and hung off the wall, these hand sewn cut paper sculptures produce a visible dance of light. Working reductively to create this dimensional lace made with paper, thread, and wax, I literally and figuratively demonstrate – that which is removed is as important as that which remains.
Date: August 03, 2022
Start time: 12:00 p.m. MDT
End time: 01:00 p.m. MDT