Dutch, Rotterdam based, artist Fenna van der Vliet (1982) began composing images in 2002 under the pseudonym F.E.N. (Forward Evolution Now)
Educated at the Artemis Styling Academy in Amsterdam, her conceptual thinking was formed to melting visual compositions from separate images, inspired by fashion, design, architecture, travelling, theatre, etc.
In her 2006 project F.E.N. created, with several techniques, a concept virtual reality gameworld consisting of different layers. A broad considered brand new approach to existing collages is born; New Media Art. Being a trained photographer from 2007 she works with only the best images in lighting that covers the subject that she's addressing in her story.
In 2015 she started to create Mixed Media artworks and has had exhibitions all across Europe.
Now she also started to put her digital artworks on the blockchain as up and coming NFT. Non Fungible Token Art
She is the founder of the Art Movement: 'Perceptionism'.
The community of this movement is rapidly growing globally.
If you want to know more, feel free to contact her, she is always in for a chat!
Unique facet of Fenna van der Vliet’s work from there is the attraction to a very wide target group. Men, women and even children from very different age and background are appealed to her compositions. They all think of it as; “an inspiring concept which they could look at forever”.
In her own words;
“In the concept of a composition I go by objects and atmospheres which inspire me and edit these the way I feel them. I compose the images to create a new perception of a certain subject”.
It's important for Fenna that the viewer can look at it for a long time and still discovers new elements.
She creates her artworks by making a connection between contrasting subjects and puts them in a new perspective so they blend and complement eachother. In that way she wants to draw the attention of the viewer to the good vibes of this world instead of the bad...
In her work Fenna uses a mixture of photography, painting techniques and digital image processing; Mixed Media Art. Surfaces, printing processes and finishes are piece guided choices.