When decoding the aesthetics of consumerist objects is your day-to-day plan, then you will most definitely have a uniquely creative mind. Veronkia Neukich is a London-based visual artist who transcends formats to produce work that creates a “new or double identity in the art context”.
Travelling from her home country of Germany to England, Neukich has been surrounded by pre-fabricated consumerist objects, pop-culture and digital imagery that have all been major influences on her work.
Using sculpture, collage, assemblage, installation and a series of new media, the artist has been able to capture a “balance of colours, shapes, materials and textures” that strive for a distinctive twist on taste hierarchies.
In her sculpture, plaster, acrylic paint and plastic are melded together to create fine pieces that reuse the simple aesthetics of her inspirations. The aesthetics are then developed into a brand new idea that Neukirch has thrust upon the world.
Neukirch has also been working with installation and new media to create a variety of digital prints that blend beautiful colours with bold and visually creative patterns.
Her work has been exhibited in a variety of galleries across the UK, Europe and Malaysia and as her artistic vision develops and grows, more beautiful pieces will be created.
Words/ Lauren Payne