Luminous, atmospheric abstractions that explore the tension between structure and space, geometry and randomness, to create a sense of place where form and air mingle with each other.
My most recent work consist of straight lines that through means of systematic intersecting
optically curve and create moire like patterns.
I am mesmerized by the power of elemental threats like fire and storm, bigger and more
frightening than ever, amplified rather than tamed by modernity.
Hand-printed B&W photographs and hand-cut-and-assembled silver gelatin photo collages.
These are works combine woodblock and collage using very thin paper.
All the shapes are made by layering cut paper repeatedly.
My recent paintings have a science background. They are imaginary commissions for a research
facility, at home with the dataloggers and spectrometers, outdated styles and big ideas.
I am trying to make images that communicate that each of us is a part of something bigger. That
we are cooperating whether we know it or not. And that light surrounds each one of us and
whatever this is we are a part of.
I use light, shadow and abstract symbols to crate geometric paintings and sculptures that references a spectrum of everyday life from humans and animals to landscapes and atmospheres.
Lindsay Packer makes site-specific, kinetic installations that coax film-like images from ordinary objects.
Michelle Hinebrook is a contemporary artist living in Brooklyn, New York, best-known for her
abstract paintings and sculptures.
Camera-based work about emptiness and space, with a focus on transcendence and the sublime.
Juan Fontanive makes films without using light.
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