3049/5000 Khudozhnitsa Yuliya Lobova o "Tresh-arte" - napravlenii v sovremennom iskusstve po prevrashcheniyu starykh ili isporchennykh veshchey v art-ob"yekty Tresh-art - prevrashcheniye starykh ili isporchennykh veshchey v art-ob"yekty - novoye napravle

3049/5000 Khudozhnitsa Yuliya Lobova o "Tresh-arte" - napravlenii v sovremennom iskusstve po prevrashcheniyu starykh ili isporchennykh veshchey v art-ob"yekty  Tresh-art - prevrashcheniye starykh ili isporchennykh veshchey v art-ob"yekty - novoye napravle
5 July 2018, Thursday

Thrash-art - the transformation of old or spoiled things into art objects - a new trend in contemporary art, and its popularity is growing rapidly. For most authors it is a protest against the consumer society. And deprived of aggression and useful in everyday life. Among them is an artist from Vladimir Yulia Lobova.


Instead of beds - a heap of scrap metal. For someone - rubbish, for Yulia Lobova - a myriad of wealth. From what was recently lying on the dump, Julia is ready to make an art object.


"I'll use this heavy spring somehow. Well, as for the springs, this is generally my weakness. Because if you insert a pipe and add something else, it will look very nice, "- said the artist Julia Lobova.


In the hands of Julia unnecessary nuts, lids from gas stoves, the backs of old metal beds turn into garden furniture, a lantern or a swing. The artist has mastered electric welding. With a welding apparatus and a Bulgarian, she has long been acquainted.


"This is one of my first works. It has arisen spontaneously, because all the time you want to sit in the tent. We searched for this to happen, but we are all so large, we wanted a big comfortable chair. I had an old towel warmer, which I sawed into two parts, and such armrests turned out, "she said.


Behind the shoulders is an art school and the experience of a gallery owner, and therefore Julia can not live without art. She turned the old shovels into an element of the decor of the iron door, which by the way, she also "welded" herself. A swing and a horizontal bar are also the work of her hands. As an ornament - an unknown animal. He appeared in memory of the Pekingese Fedor, who lived for 12 years in the Lobov family.


"I saw that one of the large spare parts of a lorry was lying around. It was this part, I grabbed it, despite the fact that it was all in oil, in some kind of mud. I think no! Such a necessary thing! Heavy. I locked it home. She did not lie for long. Zsuzsa, this is the name of this animal, was born instantly, "Lobova shared.


Julia - a fan of thrash art - alternative art. It protests against patterns and rules, giving birth to amazing art objects from waste.


"And, not only in metal. And since the planet is clogging up, there is a lot of plastic debris, including, and this is the direction of "thrash art". It's not we who invented it. It is forced, and people of art also use this rubbish, from which one can make beautiful things and thus save themselves, "she concluded.


While the works of Julia are located within its infield, but recently appeared and the first urban "thrash art." In Vladimir, Julia wants to open a store of awkward things. The door is already ready. In the course went the old drills, spanners. They inherited from his father. Julia Lobova wants to unite the artists of the regional center, in order to create an interesting object of contemporary art in one of the sleeping areas. Which will definitely adorn the city.

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