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Brief Published: 10 Apr 2012

Inna Babaeva: Sprayed Foam Sculpture


New York-based fine artist Inna Babaeva experiments with colour and materials – specifically expandable foam – to create surreal compositions that incorporate familiar pre-fabricated objects.

Babaeva uses sprayed neon and saturated hues to create disorientating technicolour gradients. She describes her use of colour not as an applied substance, but as an entity that needs to be shaped, resulting in considered, 3D colour usage.

Inna Babaeva

Art & Design