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Consistently concentrating on man and his perception, the artist studied psychology with a focus on cognitive, neuro- and perceptual psychology at the University of Bern, in Switzerland. She has cited and as particular influences. As a child she preferred drawing to dolls. Moiré was born in Switzerland, of Slovak and Spanish origin, but works from Düsseldorf, Germany. After graduating with a degree in psychology, she decided to fully implement the elements of the body and her knowledge of the psyche to her art. Giger inspired a young Milo to create her own paintings, in which man and his body are central themes. Moiré is known for performance art pieces include PlopEgg, The Script System No.

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The pictures exude a powerful confidence of the naked body — strong, striking, challenging and always seductive. When she was seven years old, there was nothing else she wanted more for her birthday than a large box of crayons. In 2016 she performed naked to protest the in Germany. Moiré has said that there should be no limit to art and that death is the only limit she accepts. She has an Art Academy background and a master's degree in psychology from University of Bern in Switzerland magna cum laude. Currently, she does daily live pornography that can be viewed for a fee through her website and social networks. Can we break the stereotyped action? The eggs contained ink and acrylic paint.

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She began to develop ideas for her own performances. These everyday blindness I wanted to break through my performance. The following year, she was arrested again in London for allowing members of the public to touch her vagina while placing their hands into a mirrored box around her waist. Especially early in the morning on the way to work, we work almost automatically, often without awareness of our environment. In her latest performance, in summer of 2016, which took place in several major cities: Düsseldorf, Amsterdam, and London, Moiré invited the public people over the age of 18 to touch and fondle her genitals and breasts inside a mirror box, for 30 seconds per person. .

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Milo Moiré lives with the prestigious photographer Peter Palm, who describes her as his muse. These were exactly the children that fascinated me. Using a megaphone to attract attention, she would then invite strangers to stick their hands in the box, and fondle either her breasts or vulva for a 30-second period. In every school there are the so-called misfits. In July 2015, Moiré was arrested while posing for naked selfies with tourists in front of the. Anywhere but an art gathering, this would be regarded as a satire on modern cultural emptiness.

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Milo Moiré

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Her first nude performance was in 2007 and she has performed nude ever since in order to provide an authentic and unmediated experience. The experience of the art viewer is also transformed with the reaction or non-reaction of the public an integral part of the performance. The unconventional artist couple also work together, giving rise to a large series of eclectic and aesthetic nude photographs featuring Milo Moiré from 2005 to 2014. The swiss artist lives and works in Dusseldorf, Germany. Each of us knows these scripts e. For me they were like a rainbow, the ascent from the earthly to the heavenly dimension.

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While performing in London, she was arrested by police and was fined £750, and ordered to pay £85 costs and a victim surcharge of £75. At the time, Moiré was on the Spanish island of Tenerife. Milo Moiré credits her fascination with performance art to a 2006 radio interview with Marina Abramovic. Observing people, interpreting and capturing their moods, developed into an urge to express things in images and to provide them with a space between speech and perceived apprehension. It is absurd, gratuitous, trite and desperate. . .

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