Can you describe your process of painting, #landonmetz? How do you arrive at your forms (which are often abstracted) and your choice of colors? .
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I’m interested in acknowledging all constituents involved in the act of creating, exhibiting, and experiencing a work of art. Part of that is recognizing that my life has led to a specific personal aesthetic. It’s not my intent to erase this or anything else, rather to leave it present and use it as a tool in service of the overall mechanism of my practice. I work with seriality and installation to help shift the focus from any unique gesture (i.e. form or color) and more towards an experience.
(Interview,sight unseen)