ALI BELETIC Party Wave – Linen textile | framed
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Linen textile | 2021
Ali Beletic’s “Freerider Flags” demonstrate her interest in free rider culture, which she describes as a philosophy and way of life that celebrates new experiences beyond existing boundaries. The linen textiles are inspired by the words of journalist Hunter S. Thompson and the stories of vanguards who lived simply with hedonic spirit. Take “Party Wave” for example—the phrase originates from surf culture and describes when multiple surfers share a wave. Beletic’s flag champions the term and its unlimited, inclusive attitude.
55 x 40 x 2 inches
About Ali Beletic
Recently featured in Vogue and Architectural Digest (in the home of Eva Chen), Beletic’s practice includes large, abstract paintings, neon sculptures, sewn textile flags, and site specific collaborative experiences that incorporate her music practice. Her work explores the perception of human joy and celebration, through the lens of rock n roll, ancient traditions, latent instincts and sensual experiences.
|Dimensions||65 × 45 × 5 in|