Iris Alexandrov is a conceptual artist working with installations, film and photography. She uses storytelling in a visual narrative anchored in both the ancient traditions of icon paintings and mythological stories as well as modern science. The art works she creates are often depicted in entire worlds where smell, sound and light are used to place the viewer within the artwork itself.
Time is a central topic to Alexandrov, where she often seeks to portray a passage where the time stands still; before or after an event, leaving the beholder lingering in a certain state of mind. Her method is interdisciplinary, working with literature, science and visual content, constructing new stories within both real and fictional worlds.
Alexandrov also works together with Mattias Klum in their artist duo Alexandrov Klum, where they create artworks and commercial works in thematics connected to environmental issues, anthropogenic trends and mythology.
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