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Claudia Damichi Collaborates with Australian Designers Jac+JackSeptember 2019
Australian designers Jac+Jack recently invited Claudia Damichi to create an impressive 13 meter wide window installation to launch their Spring 2K19 Collection in the Strand Arcade Sydney. Referencing her existing body of work and drawing on the collection's Memphis Milano inspired palette, Claudia created a geometric adhesive that illuminated colour like a modernist cathedral.
Claudia Damichi | SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2018September 1, 2018
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2018 'Always on the dancefloor' by Claudia Damichi at The Old Clare Hotel with Olsen Gallery, Sydney As part of Sydney Contemporary's 2018 program, Always on the dancefloor by Claudia Damichi is an installation of multiple adhesive fine art prints applied to The Old Clare Hotel entrance doorways. Always on the dancefloor is an exciting extension of Damichi's paintings that explore the intersection of art, architecture and design. This new installation work for the Sydney Contemporary is multi-modular in design and composed entirely in response to the site. Always on the dancefloor carries on Damichi's long standing interest in the abstract work of Mondrian, Delaunay, Kandinsky and the relationship between colour and music. As a disco child of the 70s, her work pops and slides as it plays into the site, adding colour and movement, bringing a sense of the dance floor to the industrial building landscape.
Claudia Damichi | Domain PrestigeAustralian Financial Review
May 5, 2018
An interview with Claudia Damichi features in Domain Prestige in The AFR this week. "The work jams strong palettes up against each other. It jumps out at you, but the longer you stay with these works, the more they give." For more details on Claudia Damichi's upcoming show, please click here.
Claudia Damichi Window installation for boutique The Standard StoreDecember 4, 2019
OLSEN Gallery artist Claudia Damichi has been invited to create a window artwork by yet another fashion apparel big gun - The Standard Store. For this work Claudia has made large scale original adhesive artworks for their Sydney and Melbourne stores that fuses her love of disco and optical art with reggae and Christmas. The super fun window collab will be installed until 28th December.
Colors and Patterns Without Boundaries - Brent Hallard Interviews Claudia DamichiWidewalls
Claudia Damichi‘s paintings are characterised by vivid colours, elaborate patterns and distorted spatial proportions. Her paintings evoke a sense of 1920s pattern design clashing with the 1960s domestic interiors, all turned upside down with her unique sense of contemporary colour and unexpected relationships. I had a chance to talk with her._continue reading
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