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Domestic Goddesses
Domestic Goddesses

Ingmar Apinis

Domestic Goddesses

Acrylic on canvas

153 x 127 cm

Location: Brisbane
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About Ingmar Apinis

Ingmar Apinis is a Naarm/Melbourne based artist, who has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions across Australia. Ingmar holds a Bachelor of Fine art and a Masters of Contemporary Art, both from the Victorian College of the Arts. ‚ÄúWorking in a range of mediums spanning paint, digital collage, screen printing, plaster and water transfer printing (aka hydro-dipping), I pose questions about online subcultures, future histories, queerness, and representations of the virtual and physical body.‚ÄĚ In his conceptual practice, Ingmar‚Äôs physical compositions riff off digital, internet archives to explore how themes of queerness have been portrayed in the media through time. In pondering the evolving definition of the ‚Äėart object‚Äô, particularly within our increasingly digitised reality, Ingmar draws on the modern movements of Post-Internet and Pop Art. The graphics and politics of the internet have similarly shaped the ouvere of noted contemporaries, Laura Owens and Petra Cortright. Whilst the internet of the early 2000s promised democratisation of information and access, these artists probe its dissolvement into a consumerist, corporatised and highly surveilled environment. Ingmar‚Äôs creative process rests on intuition and the natural unravelling of storylines. As the artist collects and collages physical and digital images piece by piece, themes emerge and intersect. By hand and through photoshop, Ingmar extemporaneously weaves together the individual pieces into a collective narrative. ‚ÄúMy most recent body of work has been inspired by Chiron‚Äôs Rising, a gay fanzine/magazine that was independetly produced and distributed globally in the 90s at the height of the AIDS epidemic. Chiron‚Äôs Rising celebrated body positivity before it was a thing, and built up a community of men around the world who communicated with each other through the magazine. The only record of this piece of queer history now is an online archive of scanned pdf copies that someone lovingly put together and manages.‚ÄĚ

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