The work of self-taught artist Melissa Moria (1991) echoes her obsession with lines, repetition and material. By deconstructing her designs, playing with rhythm, symmetry and asymmetry, she creates an unexpected dynamic between color and shape. Geometry and minimalism often form the foundation of her designs. Her work is characterised by seemingly simplistic shapes and great attention to detail. The creative process is essential; experiments on imperfections of shapes and lines play a key role in her personal texture.
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