Epoxy resin, acrylic, nylon fibers on Dibond, acrylic paint on thermo-moulded laser cutted PETG
Cm 236 x 203
photo Oak Taylor-Smith
In this series, fragments of eroded walls, “flayed paintings”, artificially mime the physicochemical controversies wrought by time showing as stratifications torn and burned, but also as a kind of atopic mapping. In fact, all events on the surface are designed and predisposed by the artist who somehow gives its response to the idea of “painting”.