Digesitible Postmodernism

Artist Statement: “This abstract bread series explores what can represent a pixel (the individual units that compose an image). I re-constructs and modernizes famous artworks from numerous movements throughout art history, painted by the old masters, including Da Vinci, Vermeer, Magritte etc. The mosaic-like installations are composed using (graffiti colour) painted pieces of toast, which act as digestible pop art-like pixels. The familiarity of the toast pieces is challenged by their colour, scale and repetition, yet the strong heritage of the paintings pierces through the abstract expression, encouraging the viewer to reflect on the power of recognizing a familiar sight through colour combination. The title comes from my aim to create art that is digestible and relatable. I’m inspired by the ordinary that can be meaningful and understood by a wide and diverse audience, and act as a universal trigger instead of a complex matter that is only relevant to a small group of people.”

Crystal Archive paper face mounted with silicon based liquid onto 10mm thick glass and a brushed aluminium backing; along with aluminium frame list for hanging.

Sizes: 93x70cm, and 135x100cm.

Limited edition of 3.

Signed by the artist and accompanied with a numbered certificate of authenticity.

Price upon request. For more information see contact.

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