Cyberstarlet is an artist taking us on her journey to explore our relationship with Mother Earth and our inter-connectedness with all living beings. She expresses herself in many different mediums such as drawing and painting, poetry, sculpture, photography, film, animation and music.
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In the last few years of her work she has taken her inspirations from meditative experiences and yoga, studying ancient teachings and philosophies as well as shamanic wisdom and knowledge of indigenous people of the rainforests. Her work is strongly influenced by the deep connection within ourselves and nature.
In her work she takes us to places of her visions and dreams, connecting with total freedom of body, mind and soul and becoming one with "Anima Mundi", the world soul which is depicted in her pencil drawing of the life-cycles and the spirit of the living Earth.
While her work portrays beauty and elegance there is also a sense of peacefulness and eternal freedom that comes from within our essence of being, which is depicted in her life-size body sculpture of the "Leap of Consciousness".
With her vivid imagination and a good sense of humour she also touches states of the psyche in her animation of an emotional snail with the title "Snail Snack".
In her poetry you will find suggestions for solutions of precious issues relating to environmental news, encouraging the reader to act and bring positive change for a sustainable and caring society supporting both declarations for the "Rights of Nature" and the "Rights of Cetaceans".
In her photography "Living Jungle" she explores wildlife, endangered species and the ecosystem of the rainforest. The images are a collection of beautiful lifeforms and at the same time are a reminder about the senseless destruction that is happening due to our human impact on the Earth.
In addition to her visual and poetic work, Cyberstarlet presents her music, which is ranging from pop ("Stop Messin"), house ("Thinkin") and ambient music ("Angel") to experimental audio pieces depicting William Blake's poetry of "The Sick Rose" and in "Glow".
Publications: Going Ape For The Orang-utans!