Irina Tevzadze | Uni Moyen

“Uni” is short for uniform, unisex, universal, and unity. It is a prefix that embodies harmony, inclusivity, and oneness to the world. “Moyen” is a french word that means average. The idea came from a sociological and legal concept of “l’homme moyen,” which translates to “the average man” and describes a person that is characterized by the most common motivations a human has within society. Uni Moyen emerges as the interplay of all these meanings. “Uni Moyen represents everything that gives me joy on a visceral level— seeing it automatically triggers that feeling. Uni Moyen also bring joy on an intellectual level, as I learn more about myself and tell more complete personal story. It is a kind of “cycle” of human joy.”-says Irina Tevzadze. Works in this series are scenes that show human figures in their natural elegance, unadulterated by artificial things, and being Uni Moyen. Irina Tevzadze is an artist and designer originally from the country of Georgia, currently residing in the United States. Irina's career in fine arts and fashion spans more than twenty years. She works in different traditional and digital media and her works have been exhibited worldwide