Kaza is a French artist, born in 1975 in Saint Etienne. She spent her childhood in the Reunion Islands before going to the city for her studies. She joined the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Seyne-sur-Mer and Université de Sciences Humaines in Aix en Provence, where she studied art and technology. She finished her studies and joined Sorbonne in Paris. She new lives and works in the Var region.
The artist is influenced by the 60's and the 70's, but also Pop Art.
Kaza tries to redefine the notion of a landscape, through current affairs. The urban world is growing and one can assist the increasing numbers of skyscrapers, concrete buildings, major emblems...The consumption society is a big part of our everyday lives and this is illustrated by hundreds of magazines and news. The work of the artists takes these societal changes into account, which seems to shape and organize the modern world.
After her studies, Kaza adopted a very classical style but she cut herself loose from this. Now, she uses collage to create her illuminating works, in the spirit of times. To do this, she uses magazines, brochures and other emblematic papers of our times. She sometimes includes urban landscapes of imposing wild animals.
The artist wants the spectators to see her work through two different angles. The first one being the global view of the work and then she wants them to look closer and read the pieces of paper, stuck on the canvas.
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