Emmanuelle Rybojad (1991)
Emmanuelle Rybojad est une jeune artiste plasti- cienne française. Elle imagine des oeuvres lumineuses, faites de LED; de néons et de miroirs.
Mosaïques de Rybik’s Cube, puzzles géants se jouant des perspectives, objets éclairés de néons, le travail de Emmanuelle Rybojad s’inscrit dans la lignée du mouve- ment cinétique, un courant artistique qui se caractérise par le mouvement de ses oeuvres, produit mécanique- ment ou par des illusions d’optique.
Explorant ainsi les notions d’espace et d’infini, Emma- nuelle Rybojad s’inspire du pop art.
Eden Fine Art
27 mars 2018
Emmanuelle Rybojad dives deeper into the universe of Kinetic Art
Heir to the Kinetic Art Movement
Derived from the Greek “Kinesis,” a word repre- senting motion or change in Aristotelian philosophy, Kinetic art has origins in Dadaist and Constructivist mo- vements. The school is fascinated by the possibility of movement in art, and inspired by new artistic expres- sion during the turn of the twentieth century which moved past the boundaries of traditional art, and ins- tead explored the idea that beauty could be a product of movement or optical illusion.
3 octobre 2018
Emmanuelle Rybojad works auctioned for AMFAR in Paris
Artist Emmanuelle Rybojad supports a good cause through art
A new artwork is born as the fruit of their heritage and friendship. The piece is based on Rybojad’s I SEE YOU concept (piece available by Eternity Gallery Miami). The Hamsa hand has been placed at the top of the “eye”, as a symbol of protection against negati- vity and evil. This piece has been a secret project and has brought the two talented creatives together. Em- manuelle Rybojad has generously shared her talent and imagination, while Mohamed Hadid has greatly contributed with his artistic flare and refined aesthetic.
RYBOJAD X HADID ART
Emmanuelle Rybojad Collaborates with Real Estate Mogul Mohamed Hadid
Published on 3 October 2018
A new artwork is born as the fruit of their heritage and friendship. The piece is based on Rybojad’s I SEE YOU concept (piece available by Eternity Gallery Miami). The Hamsa hand has been placed at the top of the “eye”, as a symbol of protection against negativity and evil. This piece has been a secret project and has brought the two talented creatives together. Emmanuelle Rybojad has generously shared her talent and imagination, while Mohamed Hadid has greatly contributed with his artistic flare and refined aesthetic.
Loyal to the genre of kinetic art, she continues to explore and create movement through optical illusions. Viewer perception is altered; every time one takes a step within the artwork’s surrounding area, they can the reflection of the work multiplying and creating an infinite effect. The artwork’s main materials are LED lights, mirrors and Plexiglas and colours are blue and white, amplifying the boldness of the hues through light.
Bel-Air Fine Art
Young visual artist of twenty-seven years, Emmanuelle Rybojad is an alchemist of the material. For this autodidact, the path to creation was intuitive and obvious. Nothing seemed to predestine this self-taught person to become one of the rising figures of contemporary art. Intuitive and overflowing with ambition, she experiments with processes, tames subjects, challenges perspectives and dares. In less than a year, her works have been hosted in renowned galleries in many countries like New York, Singapore, Paris, London, Miami, Geneva, Saint-Tropez and Venice