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Student Showcase Archive
Show RCA 2019

Ella Belenky

Show RCA work

  • The Sky and The Sea Sometimes Look Blue

    The Sky and The Sea Sometimes Look Blue, 2018
    Found book, frame

  • Erase All

    Erase All, 2018
    Acrylic, spray paint and screen print on canvas

  • Bliss After The Storm

    Bliss After The Storm, 2019
    digital print, acrylic paint, vinyl on paper

  • Memory of Bird / Update on Cloud

    Memory of Bird / Update on Cloud, 2018
    Digital print, metal frame, resin /

  • In The Opulence of Late Afternoon

    In The Opulence of Late Afternoon, 2019
    Photocopy, acrylic paint and spray paint on paper

  • RELAX

    RELAX, 2019
    C-type Print on Silver Paper

  • Soul Space

    Soul Space, 2019
    Digital print on cling film, steel rod, found concrete

Major project:

The Sky and The Sea Sometimes Look Blue

The Sky and the Sea Sometimes Look Blue explores the relationship between the sky and a screen in describing an experience of both confinement and freedom – a managing and negotiating of 'reality' and 'non-reality’. The work looks at the ways in which our contemporary understanding of space is dramatically interlinked with our notion of self. 

Info

  • Ella Belenky (b. 1991, USA) is a multi-disciplinary artist currently living and working in London, UK. Ella is interested in an expanded notion of print – the painterly gesture in conversation with a regurgitated and reformed printed version. 

    By combining and juxtaposing mark making processes, which sometimes seamlessly speak and sometimes clash, Ella references notions of the individual and the collective in a world where communication and relationships must also slide between different, and sometimes conflicting, modes of being.

  • Previous degrees

  • BA Sculpture, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, USA, 2013
Royal College of Art