« Last year I had an accident and had to spend my recovery time into a bed for more than three months. During this time, my ritual routine was to watch at a lot of contemporary photography. I started to feel tired of always seeing representation of human bodies. So I decided to create my own bodies. It took me half a year to recover and this time was used to design and create the costumes. I am sharing this personal fact to spread a message that whatever happens in life, always try to do a work of alchemy with it, transform the negative experiences into positive ones. »
Love was Sweet and Warm as a Tangerine Sunrise is a summer love-story between a man and a woman made of wool. The scene takes place on a paradisiac tropical Island in the Seychelles. It is the first of a long « wool-mance » series about love- relationships.
Eva Ostrowska is a visual artist working in the cross-section of performance, textile and digital mediums. She holds a Master Degree from L’Ecole des Beaux Arts in Bordeaux and the Sorbonne University in Paris. Half-French, half-Ukrainian, Ostrowska begun as a free-lancer photographer in New York City working for the newspapers such as The New York Times. In 2016, she married herself after finding out that her former fiance had cheated on her a few months before their wedding. Ostrowska is devoted to reimagining the iconography of modern love-stories using woolen costumes and storytelling. Her work has appeared in various international publications and her self-published artist book is both into the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art New York (MoMA) and the Franklin Furnace Archives of Brooklyn.