Yasmin Muller
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Yasmin Müller (born 1977) is a German artist, most recently noted for her series entitled “Copia: Modern disbelief” (2012) which embodies a celebration of copiousness and a wealth of knowledge and ideas, where she references a “pictorial chaos” pattern created by Norman Wilkinson originally used in modern warfare engineering. “Super Mode” (2009) is another eclectic series of Muller, which stems around reshaping ordinary objects as art, such as a pair of shoes, a horse saddle, a loaf of bread made out of marble, all shown together and arranged sometimes as fashion shop display, to confuse between a show of high or low art.

Artist images


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Space Shift
Space Shift

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Artist external links


http://artycok.tv/lang/en-us/3457/super-mode#more-3457
http://artwednesday.com/2012/10/10/yasmin-muller-x-copia-modern-disbelief/
http://www.mariastenfors.com/jasminmuller.html

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