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Model Mit Motor 1 Painting

Gunter Pusch


Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 27.6 W x 27.6 H x 1.6 D in

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This work shows an intimate woman portrait as a merging between the internal emotional word of a woman and the mechanical thinking of the modern human being. Emotions are too oft replaced by rationality to find an orientation within a modern labyrinth of continuous information that we are subjected to. The brain is replaced by the motor which represent the competition between natural mankind and machine. The portrait is a mixed technique with oil on canvas painted over a silhouette cut with a plotter Graphtec (sponsored by Carrè D’Art Swiss foundation).

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:27.6 W x 27.6 H x 1.6 D in

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Gunter Pusch was born in Landshut, Germany in 1962. After working as a car mechanic and aeronautical mechanic, he took a degree in architecture at the University of Applied Sciences of Munich in 1991. Here he began his studies of industrial and architectural drawing. During this period he travelled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, India, China, USA, Indonesia, Israel and Jordan. In 1992 he begun to work as an architect, at the same time he started with abstract painting. In 2001 he changed in figurative style, after he visited the abandoned factories in Milan and Pavia, Italy. In 2002 he moved to Italy where he continues his artistic activity and works as a professional artist in Milan, Italy. 2014 he opened his atelier in Milan and works exclusively as an artist. In his paintings, technology and nature coming out with a mixture of mechanic alienation and living dimension where humans and nature compete in conquering territories. Motors become a symbolic representation of internal mechanisms, substituting sometimes emotions sites - pictures the conflict between nature and technology. He lives and works in Milan, Italy

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