Woman With A Black Triangle
oil on glass, 48x34"; tempered glass, bloodwood, aluminum.
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This work explores the relationship between technology and humanity. The flesh is traditionally rendered, except for the areas in shadow and other voids, where the glass forms the surface of the flesh. These areas are not only affected by what’s underneath but, in certain areas, are that material. This tension spreads beyond the figure, where passages of paint struggle against the glass. The paint is a thin veil, appearing thinner with increased inspection. Moreover, viewers can see their reflection in the glass, synthesizing the audience to the dynamic.