Dolls for adults
• Dolls for adults
Dolls by Marina Bychkova not buying children - its realism they confuse even some adult collectors.
"Believe me, I try not to transmit sadness and grief. Just do not always want to walk around with a smile on duty as manufacturers try to make me always smiling dolls. Is our world - a world of some smiles? Is it in our lives no sadness of unfulfilled hopes? I try to convey realism. "
Porcelain doll in the understanding of most people - static doll. But the artist was able to prove their creativity opposite: it hinged porcelain dolls Enchanted Dolls more fluid and realistic than the hinge polyurethane, plastic and vinyl collectible doll.
"My need to work with the puppets became obvious when I was six years old. As a child, I was shocked by the outstanding mediocrity and stupidity inspiring dolls mass-produced. "
When she saw Barbie advertising on TV, then was struck to the core: Marina recalls that at that time was the most beautiful Barbie doll, which she had seen in his life.
When Marina was 14 years old, she moved with her family to Canada, in Vancouver. New culture, new people, a new language environment, a new life. She graduated from the Institute of Art and Design Emily Carr. Marina always loved dolls, but in 2002 her love for him grew into something more.