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ELOISE FORNIELES
12 Feb - 8 March 2008 at "Force & Beauty" Gallery Yukiko Kawase, Paris


Gallery Yukiko Kawase
will present for 4 weeks performance videos in 4 cycles. The themes of the artists' works are related to the feelings of ever-instable self, the trip to the unknown and "marginal" dream.


Cycle 1
(2/12-16) UK (with guest curator Charles Danby) Eloise & Edward Fornieles (courtesy Paradise Row, London), Malin Stahl (courtesy Lorem Ipsum, London), Heather & Ivan Morison (courtesy Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art, London), Lena Nix, Charles Danby
Cycle 2 (2/19-23) Estonia Arrow Group
Cycle 3 (2/26-3/1) US Andres Laracuente
Cycle 4 (3/4-3/8) Japan Daisuke Nagaoka > Check out the artists > yukikokawase.free.fr

The Anglo-Argentine artist Eloise Fornieles presents her video in the experimental mini-projection gallery-theatre where a passer-by sees through the show window. Enjoy the unexpected, fantasy, and/or fetish such as Eloise Fornieles rides a horse wearing nothing but a Minnie Mouse mask and red shiny shoes! Can you see the moment of power struggle between them? Eloise Fornieles works on themes of loss, intimacy and the relationship between beauty and violence. She uses photography and video as an extension of her work in performance and installation.

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After a BA in Fine Art at Kingston University, Anglo-Argentine artist Eloise Fornieles graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2006 with an MFA in Fine Art Media. After finishing her studies at the Kingston University in 2001, the artist exhibits around the world since 2002. She is awarded with several prizes: British Arts Council, MFA International Travel Funding  2006, Becks Future Student Film and Video Prize (Runner up) 2005, UCL Masters Scholarship 2004.

fig.: Eloise Fornieles, "Minnie and the Horse" 2004, (3.30 mins) Courtesy of Paradise Row, London.



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