The elegant fashion paper sculpture of Asya Kozina

Asya Kozina is an art duo composed of Asya and Dmitriy Kosin. That’s why the name. They are specialized in paper sculptures that transform the models into very elegant and fashionable classic ladies.

The duet is focused on exploring the possibilities of contemporary paper sculptures. Their interest as professional artists lays in the field of cultural research, archiving, and plastic expression of different historical, traditional and artistic renderings. Unique and complex designs are calling to be tried on, insistent on telling their stories through photographs and limited edition prints.

Asya Kozina are specialized in paper sculptures that transform the models into very elegant and fashionable classic ladies.

Asya Kozina are specialized in paper sculptures that transform the models into very elegant and fashionable classic ladies.

Asya Kozina are specialized in paper sculptures that transform the models into very elegant and fashionable classic ladies.

The versatile white paper is used not only as a tool, but also as a concept which helps to express the historical process in a symbolic fashion. The images of Mongolian, African, Scythian, Venetian, Baroque, Art nouveau cultures are easily recognizable while simultaneously metaphorical. A paraphrase of modern appropriation of history as a set of events cleared from insignias of the epochs, but often full of contemporary emotions and value judgements. Artists have since left the blank paper surface to be devoured by the perception of the viewer.

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Asya Kozina are specialized in paper sculptures that transform the models into very elegant and fashionable classic ladies.

Some of the works reappropriates the wild hairstyles of victorian-era women and men using individually crafted sheets, carefully curled and cut into perfectly permed locks. Sculpted arrangements like flowers, leaves and an exceptionally intricate sailboat are delicately placed in the mass of extravagant paper hair, adding a sense of fantasy and whimsy to the conceptual compositions.  ‘historical wigs always fascinated me, especially the baroque era,’ ‘this is art for art’s sake aesthetics for aesthetics — no practical sense, but they are beautiful. in this case, paper helps to highlight the main form and not to be obsessed with unnecessary details.’ says the duo.

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written by Ira Vaso

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