2017-1


Germany

Sculpture
Size: 51.2 H x 53.3 W x 7.9 in

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Art Description

Sculpture: Metal and Acrylic on Aluminium.

The relief is made of aluminum and is painted with acrylic.

In mathematical terminology this kind of relief have name: hypersurface .

The painted surfaces looks from one point of view as a flat and with streit edges, and from oder direction it looks as irregular surface.

The observer moves in front of work and expirienced that he alon is creator of transformation.

This is clearly seen in the photo series.



Look at some of mine video clips on Youtube:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PYUN0qrbb4

also:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69WrPtGepbA

I do that with a „space-drawing machine" that I developed and constructed myself.

Em.O.Univ.Prof.Dr. James Bell Cooper, founder and former Director of the Institute for Mathematical Analysis in Linz, Austria, describes in the foreword to my last catalog: ….The relationship between mathematics and art has a long history that involves many aspects of both disciplines and has had significant influence on both disciplines . Their interaction has been mutual - mathematical concepts and techniques have often been used in the creation of works of art and, perhaps more surprisingly, mathematical results have, occasionally, been anticipated by artists, at least in an informal if not a rigorous Level. ... ..The work of artist Vesna Kovacic incorporates both aspects of this dialectical relationship between science and art……


Vesna Kovacic: Concept

Let us look at my work. There are curved lines varied widths extending
in many directions resulting in a disorderly confusion.
Our assignment is to bear in mind what we see but that is not possible: the scene is too complex.
When we change the viewing position a disorderly confusion transforms into linear stripes.
At first we view chaos and then we suddenly see a clear structure.
My art stages everyday processes that play in our awareness.
Constantly confronted by the indescribable multiplicity that surrounds us and entrenched in a wealth of inner flow,
our spirit produces singular and to us understandable patterns.

Keywords: Relief, Op-Art, Kinetic, Non-euclidian, Anamorfose

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Abstract, Minimalism

Mediums: Metal, Acrylic

Materials: Aluminium

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