ISABEL
REITEMEYER

BODILY COLLAGES - LESS IS ALWAYS MORE

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Less is (almost) always more. Isabel Reitemeyer, a collage artist from the Netherlands is always impressed by simple things in art and her life.

Isabel Reitemeyer work is simple but rough and radical. Her collages have the perfect combination of spontaneous, fast and impulsive. Clearly created by someone that knows what she is doing. She uses the less material as possible to tell something or to transport a mood. The collages of Isabel are those when you see them digitally you want to see them in person.

The creative process of Isabel Reitemeyer is simple and it is divided into several parts. First, she tries to get good material in books or magazines to start with, when she has all, she trimmed immediately. She confesses that she likes to work with parts of the human body and faces that, once the cut starts, then her imagination starts to work. This process can last a few seconds, minutes or even months.

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Less is (almost) always more. Isabel Reitemeyer, a collage artist from the Netherlands is always impressed by simple things in art and her life.

Isabel Reitemeyer work is simple but rough and radical. Her collages have the perfect combination of spontaneous, fast and impulsive. Clearly created by someone that knows what she is doing. She uses the less material as possible to tell something or to transport a mood. The collages of Isabel are those when you see them digitally you want to see them in person.

The creative process of Isabel Reitemeyer is simple and it is divided into several parts. First, she tries to get good material in books or magazines to start with, when she has all, she trimmed immediately. She confesses that she likes to work with parts of the human body and faces that, once the cut starts, then her imagination starts to work. This process can last a few seconds, minutes or even months.

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Less is (almost) always more. Isabel Reitemeyer, a collage artist from the Netherlands is always impressed by simple things in art and her life.

Isabel Reitemeyer work is simple but rough and radical. Her collages have the perfect combination of spontaneous, fast and impulsive. Clearly created by someone that knows what she is doing. She uses the less material as possible to tell something or to transport a mood. The collages of Isabel are those when you see them digitally you want to see them in person.

The creative process of Isabel Reitemeyer is simple and it is divided into several parts. First, she tries to get good material in books or magazines to start with, when she has all, she trimmed immediately. She confesses that she likes to work with parts of the human body and faces that, once the cut starts, then her imagination starts to work. This process can last a few seconds, minutes or even months.

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