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Sona Sahakian (1996) is a visual artist based in the Hague, the Netherlands. She graduated from the department Fine Arts at the Royal Academy of the Arts , The Hague. Her works consist of paintings, drawings, collages, photographs , installations and films (video art). In recent years she has participated in various groups exhibitions and projects. Her works are about the search for an inner experience of time, where memories are made experienceable in the shape of fixation and transformation. She strives for a fusion of past and present , which creates a dynamic and timeless dimension. The transience, the cycle of human existence - life, death and rebirth - plays an important role in this; this transforms our reality and strengthens our human consciousness. In her art she wants to stimulate people's imagination and sensory experiences in which the traces of the past are revived in the present, which remains anchored in her memory and thus enriches her personal history. In this way she wants to inspire people to make an inner journey by really feeling and discovering for themselves what the treasury of their existence is. Photography is another way for her to observe and record reality. It is an art form in which you freeze a moment of time that immediately becomes the past, but at the same time you breathe new life into the present. This makes the events you have experienced more valuable and reliable, which gives you a new view of life and influences your perspective of life. You always carry the past with you as memories, creating an altered cycle of human existence, which is a glimpse of your soul and consciousness.
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Sona Sahakian (1996) is a visual artist based in the Hague, the Netherlands. She graduated from the department Fine Arts at the Royal Academy of the Arts , The Hague. Her works consist of paintings, drawings, collages, photographs , installations and films (video art). In recent years she has participated in various groups exhibitions and projects. Her works are about the search for an inner experience of time, where memories are made experienceable in the shape of fixation and transformation. She strives for a fusion of past and present , which creates a dynamic and timeless dimension. The transience, the cycle of human existence - life, death and rebirth - plays an important role in this; this transforms our reality and strengthens our human consciousness. In her art she wants to stimulate people's imagination and sensory experiences in which the traces of the past are revived in the present, which remains anchored in her memory and thus enriches her personal history. In this way she wants to inspire people to make an inner journey by really feeling and discovering for themselves what the treasury of their existence is. Photography is another way for her to observe and record reality. It is an art form in which you freeze a moment of time that immediately becomes the past, but at the same time you breathe new life into the present. This makes the events you have experienced more valuable and reliable, which gives you a new view of life and influences your perspective of life. You always carry the past with you as memories, creating an altered cycle of human existence, which is a glimpse of your soul and consciousness.