Six paintings are painted on a flat surface in preparation to the presentation in a circular installation.
Multiple thin gestural lines hint to a fast production and to a processes of repainting, repeating and crossing out. Similar to processes of “copy – paste” of digital tools, but in contrast to digital files each line must remain as part of the painting. Movement and interchangeability is also demonstrated by the installation of the elevated rotundas floating in space reminding us to change our position in space to orchestrate our individual perception.
Chinacridone and Black II
Oil and Crayon on Paper, 6 paintings, 44 inches x 122 inches, 7 feet diameter
at The Unmade Room, THE PROJECTS, Fort Lauderdale, 2013