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London based, american artist Olivia Steele
uses light to tell you a story while questioning contemporary culture and values. By placing shiny neon, handwritten messages with an intimate and provocative speech in very unusual places, like old degraded walls or rivers, she stimulates her viewers to question the world around them and to challenge their own preconceptions.
Olivia also mixes her neon glass messages with iconic, contrasting images. Donatella Versace appears behind an unexpected "Poor but Sexy" and an atomic bomb makes the outrageous invitation "Wish you were here". On the gallery walls or on the streets, Olivia always brings a fresh approach on Pop that awakes and captivates. Let there be light. Neon Light.