BUOYANCY OF NOTHING by Sabin Aell
This book documents a new body of work of Denver artist Sabin Aell. Aell layered translucent polyethylene film into resin which included pigment prints.The layers of resin create a subtle three dimensional-reality and reveal themselves as highly detailed work which becomes more obvious the closer you look.
This work examines the relationship to uncertainty. It is the place where creative tension and ideas originate. To keep them in a liquid state is the secret. Ideas and thoughts need to challenge and bump into each other. They desire chaos, movement, morphing and reconnecting. Up to fifteen layers of resin encase Aell’s journey through soft unfolding romances.
MOND:SEE work in resin by Sabin Aell
This book documents MOND:SEE by artist Sabin Aell. For this work Aell layered translucent polyethylene film into resin which included pigment prints with shadows of floral arrangements. Most pieces end up with at least 10 layers of resin on top of each other. The layers of resin create a subtle three dimensional-reality and is very time consuming to produce.
Book about the work of Sabin Aell featuring work form 2006-2011
Born and educated in Austria her resume includes international exhibits in Berlin, London, Seoul, Adelaide, Stockholm and Vienna. Her media as an artist ranges from photography to mixed media to film. After living 8 years in Vienna and 8 years in Frankfurt, Sabin moved to Denver in 2006. Sabin Aell’s work mirrors our desire to get closer to the edges and explore uncertainties. She finds herself in Friedrich Nietzsche’s quote: “One must have a chaos inside oneself to give birth to a dancing star.” This book gives an overview about Sabin Aell’s diverse body of work.
JEWELRY by Sabin Aell featuring work form 2010-2013
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Creatively flaunting her indomitable heritage, Sabin Aell brings a boldness and playfulness to her jewelry designs, seeing them as miniature sculpture. Forging lustrous glamour with the lightness of the wind, and fusing the wild and the tame as well as the tough and the delicate, her designs are wearable and expressive art pieces. Uniquely fashioned by incorporating unexpected and often contrasting elements, each piece is an individual expression of the power of creative force that lies between order and chaos.”