Two large light boxes with laser cut steel MAKS insignia masking painted imagery. The steel shields represent male and female signs. The male sign is the electronic sign of a resistor, and the female a capacitor. The painted imagery was originally oil on canvas, measuring only 18″ x 18.” The light boxes are used as large set pieces for MAKS performances.
MAKS: Meet the Artist 10/21/16
“MAKS: Meet the Artist” was an installation shown at Hood Gallery in Brooklyn NY, October 2016. Nineteen paintings were hung. Landscapes, portraits and crime scenes were chosen as subjects. The room was pitch black. Certain paintings were illuminated with LEDS based on cues from electronic music pumped into the space from loudspeakers. The music ranged from ambient electronica, harsh noise and techno.
Multilayered painting on three sheets of glass. Relay insignia on front pane (war sign). Documentation from show in Seoul, Korea 2016.
Mountain_Mask. 9″ high. linen, paint.
Sun_Mask. 14.5″ high. cast resin, paint, cable tie, linen, nails.