Studio Gallery: Diane Holland

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Video Interview by Los Angeles filmmaker Veronica Aberham

Diane Holland is an Intermedia artist who uses various studies and media to place her work in context, centered from her own life experiences. Deriving inspiration from her early mentors, as Emilie Conrad from the Continuum dance movement, Faith Wilding from her early art education at Immaculate Heart College and her first exposure to more feminist roots. She lends a unique intellectual wisdom that inspired us to create this 10-minute video presentation. Diane summarizes her work in a few words: “Everything that I’ve done is a statement on the human condition which I will call cultural imprinting and my job breaking it down into basic English is getting the information out there.”

Diane, well beloved in the LA art scene, presents to us a dance demonstration and some key inspirations that showcase her process, thoughts, and visual arts portfolio and her surrealist moves has a genius that gives us a glimpse into her working process as artist, which is raw, natural, and rarely seen.

In this interview for Studio Online you have the opportunity to experience and learn what is probably most important to her, her performance. She states: “As a visual artist, I want my performance to take on the ideas and energy of paintings, sculpture, and collage.”

Diane is an MFA graduate from the Otis Parsons School of Design. She has had a number exhibitions and has received awards for her work and has been featured in various publications.

To learn more about Ms Holland please view her video interview and exhibit.

For additional information please visit the artist’s website.

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