Introducing Ina Conradi!

Make way for Ina Conradi – the latest ShinyArt contributing artist!

Singapore may not technically be on the other side of the world, but sometimes it sure seems like it from our insulated Bay Area bubble. I have been trying to open ShinyArt up for some time to Asia-based artists, but the process has been tough going, so I am thrilled that Ina Conradi has burst our bubble and become our most recent contributing artist. Welcome to the team Ina! We hope there will be lots more artwork to come.

In Ina’s distinguished career as a painter and sculptor she merges polysensory hybrid painting methodologies [I must admit, I don’t have a clue as to what a polysensory hybrid methodology is, but I am intrigued! How can they be both “poly” and “hybrid”??? Maybe Ina can clear this up for me :)], avant-garde filmmaking and sound cultures, into immersive 3D animated public installations. Her recent research involves experiential 3D stereo animated pictorials spaces and new emotive based digital animation experiences.

Ina’s artwork has been exhibited in Europe, USA, Japan and Singapore; she is a member of the Slovenian Fine Art Arts Association, Singapore-China Association for Advancement of Science and Technology, (SCAAST), and has been a Japan Foundation Fellow since 1991.

Are we lucky, or what?

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About shinyartshinyart

KKP is CEO and Founder of ShinyArt - a company designed to transform dull HD flat screens into canvases for some of the world’s most compelling moving art. She is also an art historian and adjunct professor at several schools in the Bay Area.
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