Marina DeBris

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Marina DeBris ('Quisquiliae Marinae') est nomen scaenicum cuiusdam artificis oecologicae Americanae cuius opus quisquilias vehementius dicit ad faciendum ut homines pollutionem litoralem sentiant.[1][2] DeBris quisquiliis in litore inventis utitur ad creanda trashion ('moda quisquiliarum'), fish tanks, res ornatas, et alia artis opera.[3][4] Quisquilias litorales etiam adhibuit ad ostendendam speciem telluris in spatio visae.[5]

DeBris, praeter artem ex quisquiliis factam, pecuniam petit pro organizationibus pro circumiectis dicatis,[6][7][8][9] et cum organizationibus non lucrativis et scholis conlaborat ad discendos discipulos de pollutione oceanico.[10][11] DeBris etiam est activista socialis, quae conloquii de quo modo artifices ad consilia publica erga circumiecta oecologica contribuere possunt participes fuit,[12] energiam puram promovit,[13] et exhibitionem oecoartis quae sustentari potest curavit.[14] DeBris non solum pollutioni, sed organizationibus non lucrativis opus dat, ut pecuniam pro educatione artistica coacervent.[15] Suum nomen in tabulis Directorii Artificum Environmentalium Feminarum (Women Environmental Artists Directory) inscribitur.[16]

Educatio et vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

DeBris in Universitate Indianensi et Schola Designationis Rhodensis Insulae educata est. Habitavit et laboravit Novi Eboraci, Londinii, et Sydneii Australiae. Nata est Detroiti, et hodie Angelopoli Californiae habitat.[17][18][19]

Adnotationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Greenmuze Staff, "Washed Up Beach Art," Greenmuze, 19 Iunii 2011.
  2. Staff, "Our Town, Central," Orange County Register, 8 Novembris 2011.
  3. Jesse, "Art by Deb Ris," Forth Magazine, 18 Aprilis 2010.
  4. Huntington Beach Art Center, "City Managers Weekly Report, Huntington Beach, California," 14 Novembris 2011.
  5. Elizabeth Schwyzer (3 Augusti 2011). "New Art". Santa Barbara Independent .
  6. "Mar Vista Artist Turns Trash Into Eye-Opening Art," The Open Daily, 23 Maii 2011.
  7. Rebecca Asoulin, "Community Briefs: 'Trash becomes art,'" Santa Monica Daily Press, 5 Augusti 2011.
  8. "Coast Couture" Rowena Ritchie, Eco Style West, vol. 23, 23 Augusti 2011 "Coast Couture."
  9. "Art exhibit of trash pieces on display at Fred Segal gallery in Santa Monica". 25 Augusti 2011 .
  10. "Santa Monica Baykeeper to Educate and Entertain Children at Abbott Kinney Street Festival September 25 in Venice, California." Kristine Lee. Westside Today. Nullum tempus. "Santa Monica Baykeeper to Educate Children"
  11. "News » OC... and Sculpture by the Sea!". Sutherland Public Schools 
  12. "California Lawyers for the Arts, Arts and Environmental Dialogue II—Los Angeles," California Lawyers for the Arts, 7 Aprilis 2011 "Arts and Environmental Dialogue II Final Report".
  13. Hands Across the Sand! Activism immersed in Art! Art 4 All People, Workshops, Retreats and Fine Arts Gallery.
  14. "SustainAbility A Call for Action—We are all in this together—Eco Art Exhibition For International artists," California Arts Council.
  15. Kathy Leonardo, "The Fashion of TRASHion Lights Up Downtown LA," Whitehot Magazine, Iunio 2012.
  16. "Marina DeBris," in Women Environmental Artists Directory.
  17. LA Art Lab, "Marina DeBris."
  18. "Washed Up, About," 1 Ianuarii 2012.
  19. "Marina DeBris," Art Slant New York, 1 Ianuarii 2012.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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