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    Part of an on-going study that attempts to unify subject and space. A structuralist approach with impressionist aspects that tries to visualy cap… Read More
    Part of an on-going study that attempts to unify subject and space. A structuralist approach with impressionist aspects that tries to visualy capture the existencial relationship between things and the space they occupy. Through fragmentation and overlaping, there is trasparency which leads to visual unity. Even though it's representational and done with a drawing plan, rendering its surface feels like automatism. The surface texture is made with parameters in mind but is also spontaneous and chaotic; rules are broken as a rule. No boundaries, just line and colour, drawing and painting, feeling and logic. Read Less
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Visual Entanglement

Τhe 20th century found artists trying new ways to depict forces unseen by the naked eye. 

Einstein famously described entanglement as a “spooky action at a distance”. 

What if everything could be visually interconnected via rhythms of line and colour?
What would these organized yet chaotic rhythms look like? 



The following is a collection of paintings that attempts to answer these questions.
"THE FEELING OF THOUGHT"  pastel on paper 110cm x 125cm,  2016
"Χελιδόνα" (CHELIDONA)  pastel  140x100cm  2015
"Lefkada 1"  pastel on paper 68cm x 67cm, 2016
"Lefkada 2" pastel on wood, 50cm x 100cm
"ΣΥΜΒΑΝ" (incident) pastel  95x70cm  2015
"I LOVE YOU ALL INFINITY"   pastel on paper 100cm x 70cm  2011
 A pastel painting  done in memory of a friend.


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