geometric and optical series grey Painting by Adriana Ablin Abstract Painter

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Art Description

Painting: Acrylic on Canvas.

This particular series is called Moiré or moiré and refers to a type of visual interference or geometric effect that occurs when interacting or overlapping two types of frames or patterns. The noise caused by the superposition of the same generates a new reason that is considered a defect in the graphic printing techniques.
My work develops between painting and design. It could be defined as a digitally painted image or a painting that looks like a digital image. It is an image in the interstice of two languages. The digital image crystallizes in the painting conserving its pregnancy, simplicity and structure for the observer.
Color is the narrative axis of my work and the object of my exploration. My painting is part of the field of abstraction or geometry, aware of the legacy of modern movements of the twentieth century, its poetics, languages ​​and adaptations. I recognize myself within those guidelines, trying perspectives or new readings. Therefore, I understand painting as a space for reflection, an open, constant dialogue that challenges and discusses itself.
Axes of interest:
Color as a phenomenon of perception, color as a relation; the flat paint and of net edges; abstraction and geometry; the rhythmic series; unity and multiplicity; the spatial and spiritual dimension of color; the relationship between color and music


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geometric and optical series grey

Adriana Ablin Abstract Painter

Argentina

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Size: 11.8 W x 9.4 H x 0.4 in

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