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While studying Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square (1913), I came to this realization, there was a visual disconnect between what the painting was communicating to me as a viewer, and what the literature was communicating to me as truth. Part of my motivation for this piece was to create a direct commentary on this downfall in conceptual art.
The holes seen on the bottom left and top right panels were made by multiple shotgun rounds. Being able to create a strong visual aesthetic with a full range of values with such an unorthodox medium is appealing to both myself as an artist and as an observer.
The black squares are contrasted by the flat primary colored boards. This creates a duality between sublime peace reflected in the colored panels and a damaged empty abyss in the black.
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