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Uprise Art
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Inka Bell (b. 1981) is a Helsinki-based printmaker who uses minimal groupings of color and pattern to evoke specific states of being. Her palettes create visual narratives that are vaguely familiar, yet not immediately legible to the viewer. Paper plays a central role in her work, which she uses for printing or shaping into new forms, and by restraining her visual language, her screenprints give order to our physical and abstract experiences.

Sticks 29, 2019

Blind emboss monoprint on paper
18 × 14 1/2 in
45.7 × 36.8 cm
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New York
UA
Uprise Art
New York
Medium

Inka Bell (b. 1981) is a Helsinki-based printmaker who uses minimal groupings of color and pattern to evoke specific states of being. Her palettes create visual narratives that are vaguely familiar, yet not immediately legible to the viewer. Paper plays a central role in her work, which she uses for printing or shaping into new forms, and by restraining her visual language, her screenprints give order to our physical and abstract experiences.

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