Samares (Bleus)


Printing inkjet on Verona archival paper

These fragments are preliminary studies of the drawings that were developed in the «Triptychs»: installations involving two drawings and a sculpture. They are investigation into a medium, a pat­tern, and how a specific rhythm can develop into a graphic surface.

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“The presence of light can only be perceived in its captive state. Light without surfaces to flood moves past our consciousness and our desires. Yet in its interaction our perception, which exists in time and movement, swings between conventions and illusions of reality. How light affects the totality of our physical body is still not well understood. The body as an extended organism is situated in a perceptual and psychological field, which constitutes a series of very complex and variable light sensitive surfaces.”  -Yvon Lammerich

Samares (Bleus)
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