There are parallel layers in the world of geometry. How do the layers permeate each other? Let’s say planes are defined by rectangles; if a point appears on the plane and starts to grow, it becomes a circular hole falling to a bottom layer, and from that layer, it multiplies itself to birth new ones, and so on. It is an infinity of regeneration in constant motion. Basic play between square and circle defining opposite elements – positive and negative space. My interpretation of pure geometry abstraction. This series can easily be applied to buildings and spaces, since its rectangular forms glide perfectly onto surfaces to give an interesting illusion.
Infinity in Grey, 2013
acrylic on canvas, 145 x 195 cm
New York, 2016
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