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TASHA ORO

Upcycled-panel 1 KAHLY

Upcycled-panel 1 KAHLY

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The inspiration for the KAHLY series is rooted in the classic compositional principle of the "tree." This pattern is a beloved motif in Ukrainian folk art, commonly found in ceramics, embroidery, and carvings. It represents an ancient symbol of striving for the Sky and Sun, while simultaneously being deeply rooted in the Earth, honouring Ancestors, and upholding the lineage.

Dimensions: 1200mm x 600mm x 50mm
Weight: 1.5 kg

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TASHA ORO pays special attention to colours, each carrying its own unique semantics. To gain a deeper understanding of Ukrainian tradition, she extensively researched the collection of the Museum of Pottery in Kyiv. Additionally, considering her mission to present modern Ukrainian culture in the United Kingdom, designe sought to identify common ground between Ukrainian and English colour codes.

In creating these panels, TASHA utilised upcycling techniques, repurposing old wallpapers and cardboard boxes. Vintage ceramic ware from the Soviet era was also incorporated. By working in the realm of upcycling, she aimes to transcend the negative connotations associated with Soviet-era mass-produced domestic items and integrate them into a contemporary context. This is her way of bridging the gap between generations and uniting time and history.

The panel's dimensions are 1200x600x50 mm, with each panel weighing 1.5 kg.

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    BIOGRAPHY of TASHA ORO

      My creative method is upcycling. I firmly believe that in our overly saturated world, recycling is the most ethical and potentially creative way to produce art. In my work,...

    BIOGRAPHY of TASHA ORO

      My creative method is upcycling. I firmly believe that in our overly saturated world, recycling is the most ethical and potentially creative way to produce art. In my work,...