06.11. - 03.12.2019
Patterns” is a series of works that study the very specific functions of visual pattern analysis and stereopsis, the most complex functions of visual information processing: what we could fairly call high level visual thinking.
The formal indeterminacy of patterns; the absence of shape, boundaries, regions or figures; the lack of compositive elements and the chromatic ambiguity are initially conceived as a set of constrains that isolate the visual system from our every day live view of reality, mainly characterized by pathological fixation with objects and functions.
Abstract contemporary painting (from Jackson Pollock to Gerard Richter) has been successful in its attempt to bring up this whole new set of visual functions in the last century.
Nevertheless the obsolete models we use to explain painting as a discipline do not fully support consistently any new way of looking at reality, one can only expect them to bring more misconceptions than useful understanding. One thing is for sure, if we want new doors of perception to be open, new theories of painting and its relation with what we know about the visual system need to be constructed.
Die Finissage ist am 03. Dezember ab 18:00 Uhr.
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