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Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Ink, Marker, Paint on Wood.
This is a deconstructed version of the typical polygon I use for my themes. I wanted to give character to it, by shaping it with deconstructed volumes, using several polygons within the main polygon. Regarding the color pallette; orange is the tone that domains most of the figure; although it can be serious, it gives it strong personality; but in the other hand, I applied the silver stripes at the middle to achieve balance to it; which also grants a dramatic statement to the piece; meanwhile the silver outline acts as a unifying element between the monochormatic polygon and the overwhelming gray.
"This artwork does not need frame and is ready to hang".
Solo exhibition held in November of 2017.
GUEST CURATOR CONCLUSIONS ABOUT NODOS SERIES.
In Nodes, Jaime Domínguez, paradoxically deploys a
hyperdimensional project, through painting, a traditionally two-dimensional medium. The polygons that first show represent the limiting contour, the boundary to another field of
color, are also the window, or the shadow, of these hyperdimensional figures, which charge volume from the color, the frames and lines that cross them, announcing a complexity of a greater space. Before the spectator, what starts being a flat space, with an attentive look, begins to unfold many dimensions, projecting various
conceptual depths, as well as physical.
The monochromatic and flat backgrounds in the paintings, place the observer in an abstract geometric plane, alien to material reality, but full of formal and dimentional possibilities. The paradox also intensifies, while the painting is full
of smooth colors and straight lines, in some cases almost technical, and that nevertheless, make up
a spatial and formal ambiguity. What would seem almost technical from the side of the eye, is
Inaprensible, a detailed look, reveals that the figures and the light, exist only instantaneously, only to give that presence to another stage of the same work.
Eventually these figures escape the plane of the painting and become pieces to the interior of the room, where the spatial limitations are compensated, by the movement, but above all for the operations and visual games that are possible,
blurring the boundaries between the immediate and the distant.
Guillermo Lopez D.
Size: 31.5 W x 35.4 H x 1.6 in
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