Interview with the Artist Nessrine, Fly Art
1. What’s your background?
I am a Tunisian young Artist, Researcher, and Ph.D. student at the theory of art.
2. What does your work aim to say?
My artwork started with my passion for Analytical drawing, at my university, where I found that the pencil very interested in Medium for expression. I think my work tries to highlight the impressive expression of the different details, especially the human being’s body, which is an overview of the contemporary human sensibility.
3. How does your work comment on current social or political issues?
My Artwork tries to show a new contrary life effect on the individual.
4. How have you developed your career?
My career has developed by practicing and participating in different cultural and artistic events and internships, also social have a great impact on the way I have been developing my work.
5. How do you cultivate a collector base?
My most effective strategy for connecting with collectors has been to communicate enthusiastically about the work and ideas that I appreciate, highlighting (but not limited to) my own. It has also been important to understand the collaborative role that I play with the collectors and
funders of my work; I think of myself as needing their interest, support (financial and conceptual), and ideas in order to make the best work of which I am capable of. As I am a little uncomfortable with classic “sales,” I don’t try to do that. I play to my strengths to build these relationships in a genuine and long-lasting way.
6. How do you navigate the art world?
Actually Social Media great medium for navigating, it makes communication and interaction easier, even I think my Instagram account it’s my own online exhibition.
7. How do you price your work?
I price my Artwork by considering medium charges, time of work, and originality of the piece of work.
8. Which current art world trends are you following?
I am following the new street art / conceptual art combined with contemporary trends.
9. As Arab ladies still searching their freedom of thoughts, way of living according to their own way, is your paintings could give them some sort of thinking of freedom or as a creative person do you have any liability to change the society & change the people’s perception towards female?
This is a great question Freedom! yes, I guess that‘s why I called my self as a FLY ART because I believe that my art experience should be without any limit, I don’t see my self as a feminist or feminine active on society, but as an Arab artist I try my best to show more than Art and creative field can touch soul’s before minds because I am working on sensibility it’s an emotional field which includes women and men at the same time.
But if we talk about freedom of thoughts and the positions oft he female on the Arab, we are on 21 century and I think we now talking more about equality between genders.