Peeling paints (Cyan)

Epoxy resin, acrylic, nylon fibers on Dibond, acrylic paint on thermo-moulded laser cutted PETG
Cm 236 x 203 x15

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”.

Peeling paints (Cyan)

Epoxy resin, acrylic, nylon fibers on Dibond, acrylic paint on thermo-moulded laser cutted PETG
Cm 236 x 203 x15

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”.