Gugenheim on Channel 4- The Superhuman Body Handbook


“I’ve never felt so sexy, powerful, unique!” - Deb Roach

Due to popular demand, Victoria has released the trailer for the Superhuman Body Handbook paint here, which was the world’s first 3D UV Paint on a disabled champion poledancer.

You can see more of this episode as part of the groundbreaking Rio Paralympics special over on the All4 website, as part of their series on unique and powerful bodies that defy disability stereotypes.





Deb Roach is a world champion pole dancer and member of Extraordinary Bodies, with a difference; she was born without most of her left arm, but that doesn’t hold her back. Through careful guidance and attention to detail, Victoria paints a 3D UV bodypaint piece on her as a way to empower her spirit, give her immense confidence, and also, to create something uniquely beautiful, while taking her out of her comfort zone. Through each brushstroke, more about Deb’s dynamic nature is revealed, the bodypaint being specifically tailored to Roach’s needs- her love of triangles, dynamic, strong shapes and strokes that embody movement are all included to make this beautiful piece a one of a kind experience.

After the 3D makeup was applied, Deb really started coming to life, reveling in the paint.

Artworks like this are some of Victoria’s favourites and are the most rewarding. After creating the piece, Deb Roach was seen running about the London Dance Academy shouting “I don’t want to take (the paint) off!”

To inquire about paints for Film and TV, you’re welcome to use the Experience Gugenheim form. If your inquiry is urgent, please send your inquiry to book@gugenheim.co.uk




Deb roach has been featured across the globe from The International Pole Championships, to Barcroft TV. You can follow Deb Roach’s work here.




Filmed at the London Dance Academy,

See the entire video over on Channel 4

Sponsored by Cameleon Bodypaint







CASTING: Immortal Enemies Exhibition

World Award Winning Bodypainter and World Ranking makeup artist Victoria Gugenheim is looking for breast cancer survivors, their allies and their friends to take part in bodypainting shoots and live art to raise funds for multiple breast cancer charities.

Check the downloadable casting pack below, and e-mail castings@gugenheim.co.uk to be considered


Gugenheim Stars in Documentary: Portrait of a Bodypainter

Created by rising star David Addis, This documentary shows Victoria’s passion for the art subject, worldview, how one can create their own work, and much more.

Created for the series Portrait of a Bodypainter, this goes far beyond a documentary on bodypainting, delving behind the scenes and into Victoria’s mind.

The bodypaint itself was created in just two hours, with no airbrushes or stencils used.

In episode 4 I speak to Victoria Gugenheim, a world award winning bodypainter, fine artist, activist and sciartist. She does a speed bodypaint in 2 hours and discusses the finer details of bringing attention to social issues through art. https://www.gugenheim.co.uk/ Filmed at the Riverside Building in Hammersmith, London.
The beautfiul isabela strikes a pose in her fashion inspired 2 hour speed bodypaint, created by Victoria Gugenheim.  Photo: David Addis

The beautfiul isabela strikes a pose in her fashion inspired 2 hour speed bodypaint, created by Victoria Gugenheim.

Photo: David Addis

Gugenheim Joins International Bodypainter Filippo Ioco for PINK London

PINK London is a fantastic fundraising event, part Body Art exhibition, part cocktail party, auction, and everything inbetween created by Ioco Benefits , a venture that work alongside the Pink Ribbon Foundation created by the Face Off guest judge, Filippo Ioco, to raise funds for breast cancer charities. At this star studded event including a multitude of  X Factor celebrities, Victoria was a copainter for the entire evening, helping to create the iconic pink ladies featured accross Europe at every PINK party and more. The event was generously sponsored by Flamingo Candles at the chic Bar Zebrano and all proceeds raised go straight to the charities that need it. Now returning to London for its 4th year, Victoria is set to paint alongside the inimitable Filippo Ioco once more. 

As ever, Victoria is sponsored by Cameleon Paint. Let's paint the world Cameleon! 



 

Gugenheim is coming to The London Science Museum

Gugenheim is coming to The London Science Museum

Gugenheim is coming to the London Science Museum...and this time, she's recreating Frankenstein.

Victoria Creates #99RedBalloons in Solidarity with Perseucuted Atheists at International Secular Humanist Conference

#99RedBalloons was a Protest art installation standing in solidarity with persecuted atheists and blasphemers from across the globe, involving notable atheists including David Silverman of American Atheists.

The first of her protest installations, Victoria Gugenheim wants to carry on making bigger and bolder works of art in solidarity with those persecuted simply for nonbelief.

Each blood red balloon in the installation had the name of an atheist who had been persecuted or killed simply for their nonbelief, along with their reason for conviction and death or persecution date; akin to a toe tag on a cadaver.

The meaning of this was to bring an immediacy to the fact that atheists are persecuted, punished, taken away from their families, and killed accross the world, notably in Islamic states. But when a problem happens overseas, it's all too easy for people to see the problem as problem "over there". When one is holding something linking them to the event, it creates an immediacy; evidenced by one of the attendees breaking down crying at the "power of the protest". Another ended up holding a balloon with the tag of his friend on it: he found out on that night, that his friend had been assassinated.

Victoria believes that these pieces of work are vital in creating empathy and solidarity with those suffering under oppressive regimes, and that they encourage others to take action in fighting for the rights of people to not believe in any religion, with much more of her works coming up relating to this.

See her personal account of the work over on her instagram.


Watch the video here, or check out the photo's of the event below.

Gugenheim Takes Triple Residency

14-7-2017

Gugenheim Takes Triple Residency

Victoria Gugenheim has been made the resident Artist of CEMB, One Law For All, and The International Secular Humanist Conference. Her artwork has now extends to public protest art, body art en masse, and much more.