Inka Bell (born in Espoo, Finland, 1981) is a visual artist working within the expanded field of print-making. Her work resides somewhere between design and art and draws... Read More
Inka Bell (born in Espoo, Finland, 1981) is a visual artist working within the expanded field of print-making. Her work resides somewhere between design and art and draws inspiration from both abstract and physical spaces, depicting various states of being. The artist lives and works in Helsinki, Finland.
Bell's style can be described as abstract minimalism. In her practice Bell explores the relationship between the two and three dimensional space, through textures, colors, surfaces and repetitions. Paper has a central role in her work, which is used as the surface for printing or created into new forms by laser cutting or folding. Her works usually are brought into life in dialog with a machine, such as a computer to create a matrix, or a tool, such as a laser cutter, that allows her to play with the material in a way she wouldn't be able to without. She works with a technical approach by reducing the piece until all else but the essence has been removed.
The artworks presented on this page are monotypes and screen prints, which you can read more about here, as well as find more works in the same category. You can also browse all other artists here.