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Interview Yaxer Brad

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Yaxer Brad Interview

1 - Tell us about your artistic work: why do you do it, what do you talk about,

if you have a precise style and a precise technique or change them in every

project.

I suppose It ain't pretty simple to say It quickly or briefly but remember I started when I was a kid, first I did it in order not to get bored maybe but then around childhood, I figured out I could create what I need what I like.

11 - You have organized exhibitions in the past.

How does it feel to involve others in your art?

Well yes, I’ve organized and curated some art and design events so I

suppose individualism is pretty obvious between artists then It would be very Important to get involved artists in an art project and keeping their individual aspects too. In 2011, I made an art project called “Momentgraphy“ involved over 250 artist and normal people from all around the world for one purpose but with completely individual aspects of the artists. Then in Made in an Instagram project I tried to involve many artists in my projects with various techniques,

themes and styles as my canvas but not blank to say how important is not to avoid the others from the past to now.

12-What is your favourite artwork?

Oh this is so complicated question, and It’s like finding Nemo in chaos, but I can say “Trottola” by Michele de Lucchi is one of my very favorite piece of intelligent sculpture that shows me the creativity, efficiency and minimalism in form and concept based on very old and antique material. I truly enjoy seeing how function reacts to form and make such mysterious beauty of choreography by this relationship.

13 - If you could show off your artworks anywhere in the world, where would you choose?

I don’t know actually It’s up to the idea or project but about this project I think Instagram is pretty good but If you mean a physical place I think if there’s a venue at IG office building could be great :D I guess if a person does not know life in IG space probably hard to understand properly what I want to say.

14 - Are you reading a book at the moment?

There is one book you have on your reading list?

Yes currently I’m reading “Art as Design by Bruno Munari, and I’ll study on the book “Who's Afraid of Contemporary Art? by Kyung An & Jessica Cerasi

15 - Is there a famous contemporary artist that you want to report?

And an artist who is not famous but who you like and whose artistic

research do you share?

Actually, I’m not sure who’s exactly famous who ain’t, but I’m interested in Daniel Arsham portfolio which is inspiring for my studies.

16 - You have been contacted by No Name Collective Gallery and did not know what kind of project we would have made: are you happy to trust us?

Living in social media is based on trust to explore in different manners in respect to reality, so we should learn how to live in transparency but respectful.

17 - We ask for a small fee for the selection of the magazine and our other calls (artistic residencies and art clashes) but for the artists, we have selected and which we will select every year then we work for free. What do you think about this thing?

Generally, I’m not against any fee if It worth It up to the quality of service which is supposed to be essentially reliable.

Yaxer Brad 15.01.2018That way brought me the satisfaction of creation and now still I try to explore and finding values ​​in efficient manners. So I generally do not have any specific techniques or materials. I practically follow the ideas then techniques and materials come in the quality of my vision, but I always used to challenge with basic and simple ways and materials.

2 - Within which mood of art you place your artwork (if there is a specific one):

I actually can't put them in a specific one so as officially I'm a designer I would say that I see art as a designer, Actually, I think contemporary art is where art and design collide and this is so close to the way I used to go.

3 - Could you tell us something about your country about art? Is there an active artistic community? Are you part of it? (if there are links to suggest, please indicate them.)

About art Iran in my 3 years experiences that I live here, I would say It’s just so complicated, and I'm not part of any community yet.

4 - What's a typical day in Yaxer Brad's life?

I do not have any typical day but what is common in my routine is thinking and exploration that would be mentally or physically.

5 - Traveling for art, for example for personal exhibitions or for other art exhibitions do you want to see? Do you love to see the art of others?

Yes I do sometimes travel for art & design events That’s convincing reason for me to travel which I need necessarily to make It.

And of course, I like the art of others I believe they are fundamentally rolled as sources of evolution which obviously you can see It in 101 Eyementions collections as an essential purpose.

6 - Where are your favourite places or themes where you can find inspiration for your work?

Where peace is in my routine would be the best place or theme for my inspirational explorations.

7 - Ha ve you studied art or are you self-taught?

I'm actually kinda self though artist, but I've studied Graphic design,industrial design and furniture design so as an artist I'm design-oriented and as a designer vice versa.

8 - Do you remember the first artistic work you did?

Yes I remember precisely, I was 7 years old, and I did two black and white unicorns in front of each other head-to-head horn to horn which shaped my

life.

9 - What do you think about social networks and the web about art and artists? Could you tell us about your technique?

I suppose in the past 10 years due to revolutionary platforms in web & social media, art is growing up in different appearances. These platforms give possibilities, opportunities courage and encouragements for every single person to study, to inspire, to work, to present and even sell their creativities.

So 101 Eyementions is an example of this process in made on Instagram as a place of virtual space of life. And about technique, I just used design tools integrated in Stories future of Instagram. I sometimes think limitation gives me freedom.

10 - Could you talk to us about the idea the project 101eyementions?

101 Eyementions is a collection of the project "Made in Instagram" which started about a year ago after IG introduced “Stories” feature. I know I started to share inspiring images I explore in my virtual routine in a version of myself. It's like going everywhere lost in locations times and peoples so l got lots of inspirations then I just didn’t want to leave them raw to share, at the end

of the story I would say that is all about how to survive in virtual space. That’s how I tried to make my emotions, interpretations and many other things about my conscious and unconsciousness in limitations & possibilities of virtuality. Of course, after surviving there are some souvenirs to reality.

https://www.instagram.com/101eyementions/

11 - You have organized exhibitions in the past.

How does it feel to involve others in your art?

Well yes, I’ve organized and curated some art and design events, so Isuppose individualism is pretty obvious between artists then It would be very Important to get involved artists in an art project and keeping their individual aspects too. In 2011, I made an art project called “Momentgraphy“ involved over 250 artist and normal people from all around the world for one purpose but with completely individual aspects of the artists. Then in Made in an Instagram project I tried to involve many artists in my projects with various techniques, themes and styles as my canvas but not blank to say how important is not to avoid the others from the past to now.

12-What is your favorite artwork?

Oh this is so complicated question, and It’s like finding Nemo in chaos, but I can say “Trottola” by Michele de Lucchi is one of my very favorite piece of intelligent sculpture that shows me the creativity, efficiency and minimalism in form and concept based on very old and antique material. I truly enjoy seeing how function reacts to form and make such mysterious beauty of choreography by this relationship.

13 - If you could show off your artworks anywhere in the world, where would you choose?

I don’t know actually It’s up to the idea or project but about this project I think Instagram is pretty good but If you mean a physical place I think if there’s a venue at IG office building could be great :D I guess if a person does not know life in IG space probably hard to understand properly what I want to say.

14 - Are you reading a book at the moment?

Thereis one book you have on your reading list?

Yes currently I’m reading “Art as Design by Bruno Munari, and I’ll study on the book “Who's Afraid of Contemporary Art? by Kyung An & Jessica Cerasi

15 - Is there a famous contemporary artist that you want to report?

And an artist who is not famous but who you like and whose artistic

research do you share?

Actually, I’m not sure who’s exactly famous who ain’t, but I’m interested in Daniel Arsham portfolio which is inspiring for my studies.

16 - You have been contacted by No Name Collective Gallery and did not know what kind of project we would have made: are you happy to trust us?

Living in social media is based on trust to explore in different manners in respect to reality, so we should learn how to live in transparency but respectful.

17 - We ask for a small fee for the selection of the magazine and our other calls (artistic residencies and art clashes) but for the artists, we have selected and which we will select every year then we work for free. What do you think about this thing?

Generally, I’m not against any fee if It worth It up to the quality of service which is supposed to be essentially reliable.

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