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De nadie




how DID YOU GET STARTED?


"I always had interest for art in general and experimented with lots of media, but mostly drawing and painting kept me in at peace. Metal came to me very unexpected almost as though I tripped and landed on a metal shop. It was mind blowing my brain could not compute how it was possible to bend metal in such amazing way; I just fell in love on the spot and enrolled in a metal classes for ten years. The rest is history."




What inspires you?


"Inspiration is such a classy old lady, it shows up in the weirdest crazy places like in the middle of the night when you get up to pee or when riding the train to Queens and a homeless sits next to you wearing a red wig and the smell slap you on the brain. There is no telling where an image or idea will pop up."





DO YOU HAVE ANY UPCOMING PROJECTS YOU CAN TELL US ABOUT?


"There is so much I want to do but do not like to keep a list or make plans or a blueprint. At the moment working on a voodoo doll handicap family (dog included) next a chunky flying rat, a few more hearts with wings and somewhere in between a Hydraulic forging press and few more machines."




DO YOU HAVE ANY UPCOMING PROJECTS YOU CAN TELL US ABOUT?


"Yes, right now I am participating in a show at Wasserman Projects in Detroit and at the textile Biennale in Ukraine. I will participate in Jerusalem Design week at the beginning of July. In addition I am collaborating with my partner Naama Levit. She will have a show at Brooklyn Metal works in the second week of July and we will do a performance there at the same time. It will include installation and wearable objects."




HOW DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUT MAKERSPACE?


"A friend told me about this place and the very next day took a tour and it is Heaven in the middle of the world."



WHERE TO FIND de nadie:


https://www.facebook.com/DENADIE.NET/

https://www.instagram.com/infiernodenadie/