All PYRENEES — interview with Nina Rassen
«I never know what the result will be until I finish my work, says Nina Rassen»
Nina Rassen is a Russian artist and the founder of the “multidimensional bionics” art style. She participated in international exhibitions in Europe (Spain, France, Austria). In the summer, Nina’s works will be shown at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando (Madrid). Nina is an “alien princess” who represents the ancient princely family of the princes Serebryany-Obolensky and an artist who paints with her soul. We talked with Nina about her work and the peculiarities of her style.
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Please tell us about the most interesting facts of your biography.
Let me ask you. Do you believe in the reincarnation of souls and that the soul is energy? Do you believe that the soul does not disappear but only changes its volume, state and body? So, a rather ancient soul lives in my body and ancient hereditary blood flows through my veins.
Some professionals in the art market have called me “native talent” and someone has called me “the reincarnation of Gaudi,” but I know that my soul is much older.
Before becoming an artist, I organized many events to support creative people who are looking for inspiration: artists, designers, musicians and writers. They were people of various creative professions and different social statuses. Among them were the homeless and descendants of the royal family.
Being the official representative of Rostislav Romanov III, who is a descendant of the imperial Romanov dynasty, I gained extensive diplomatic experience.
I am a person of the world. I was lucky to live both in exotic countries, such as Australia, and in Europe (France, Italy). In Spain, a large holding company entrusted me with brand management, but this is from another three-dimensional life that has remained in the past.