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Pestalozzi 10, interno 32, Milano, Italien Dec. El Escorial, Madrid, Spanien Nov. Film Series, Winifred Moore Aud. Lockwood, Webster Gr.
Louis, Missouri, USA Nov. Antonio, 2 Termoli, Italien Okt. Murat , Bari, Italien Okt. Dohain Gratis. Pulimentos del Norte. Cortes Gallery, Sanderijnstraat 21, Amsterdam, Holland Apr.
SOAG , State of the Art Members Gallery, Ithaca, New York, USA Aug. Film Festival, Alatri, Italien Nov.
Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina Nov. When I first began working with grids, I found that I had discovered a modality that was independent of imparting a specific message, and yet still allowed me to produce work that was very meaningful to me.
What grids lack in societal critique and emotionally-charged subject matter, they recompensate for with their structure and their subconsious interplay, which makes them an interesting subject for reflection.
Grids are all around us. The grid plan Hippodamian plan has been implemented in urban planning for millenia, from ancient Greece and Pakistan to New York and Portland, Oregon.
They are also relevant for the written language. Take ancient Egyptian scrolls and sarcophagus engravings, for instance, or the organization of written languages on a page.
In my childrens art, I have witnessed the strength that a grid structure provides for the creation of beautiful mandalas mandala comes from the Sanskrit word for disk , a sacred symbol which represents the universe in Buddhism and Hinduism.
Grid systems support the digital age, representing high or low-resolution images on a computer screen. Grids can also be used to analyze gestures in space.
Take for example the movements of a body. A grid gently lifted up from the picture plane and transformed to a three-dimensional mesh that surrounds the body can provide lines to record the bodys gestures.
Grids are thus linked to brushstrokes and their direction in space, to abstract expressionism and even performance art and dance: While I was working with Christy Walsh on Stories of the Sun God, I learned that grids are used as an invisible structure for ballet and modern dance to provide anchor points for a dancers movements.
Grids are of course a valuable tool for sketching. Each line generates the foundation for the next line and before you know it, there are endless variations of intersecting lines and spaces, often produced without even thinking.
Getting accustomed to working with grids not to mention to working without thinking can release the picture plane, as well as new ways of working with it.
Drawing with a grid might even be likened a study of the nature of a plane and its possibilities, its challenges and likely constructions.
This type of work directs attention to the nature of edges as well as the nature of a planes proportions and even what the physical presence of the painting as an object in a space can be about.
One of the central considerations of a painter is how the layers of a painting are constructed and how the plane reads visually, physically, sensually and conceptually.
Since ancient times grids have been used to lay the foundation for compositions, and grids inspire mathematical compositions allied with sequencing and scale.
The fine arts are concerned with the definition, occupation, division and control of space. Grids are both two- and three-dimensional and can define cubes as well as planes, playing with the concept of where a work of art begins and ends.
For example, a grid space can be created using as little as a string as a boundary and the result declared a sculpture of air. This conceptual work of art presents the viewer with a conundrum: is the string part of the work or not?
Is it inside or outside the sculpture of air? Is the string itself the work of art, or merely a delineation?
So grids are not only powerful tools for the production of art but potent expressions in their own right.
When I visited the ABEX exhibition at the MoMA in October, , I encountered a painting by Robert Motherwell from entitled The Little Spanish Prison.
The Little Spanish Prison was a divergence from the other Motherwell paintings on exhibit, as well as a departure from Motherwells signature black vertical and oval shapes against a white backdrop: it features instead six white and six yellow vertical stripes, several of which are linked together on the top left hand side by a short, horizontal red rectangle.
Both stripes and grids use lines, but their claim on space is different. In the visual arts, both stripes and grids serve as tools to mathematically define space and generate images.
In a way, grids divide space, while stripes occupy space with their frequency. In The Little Spanish Prison, Motherwell achieved both effects by intersecting his twelve vertical stripes with a horizontal red rectangle on the top left hand side.
I remember suggesting to Jan [Kather], with whom I visited the exhibition, that the painting was more about Motherwells personal development as a painter than anything else; that it was a steppingstone as well as an arrival.
I later read an exchange between Motherwell and Paul Cummings about that very painting that supported my suspicion. Cummings remarked that The Little Spanish Prison seemed to have been a key picture, and Motherwell replied that the painting had hit something that is deep in [his] character  But what it is I don't know.
What it stands for I don't know. The Little Spanish Prison did indeed refer to actual events, as I later learned, but the painting is as much about formal means in visual art as it is Motherwells experiences with the law enforcement of Francos fascist regime, his emotions and his personal growth as an artist.
Despite its apparent simplicity, the grid painting can be about anything we bring to it and if we want, even more. Grids are also inexorably linked to Albrecht Dürer, whose perspective device made out of wire strung in a frame was essentially a portable grid that aided him in capturing a plausible perspective of any type of scenery.
Contemporary artists still use grids to capture perspective, and they dont stop there. Grids are of almost infinite potential and much more can be said about them.
They are like skeletons, inviting us to rearrange their bones and hang flesh on them as we wish. The opportunities inherited in the grid are infinite, as the grid itself.
Paul Cummings, interview with Robert Motherwell, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 24 November , Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
Steven Pinker and Stephen M. Kosslyn, "The Representation and Manipulation of Three-Dimensional Space in Mental Images", Journal of Mental Imagery, , 2, , Harvard University.
Chang edited by Justina Joy Bartoli-Miller, "A Collection of Essays on Art", Forlaget Uden Titel, Kbh. Michael Baastrup Chang f.
Jan Kather USA Marty McCutcheon USA Michael Chang DK Exhibition history Fragments, world premiere screening, July 25, Berkeley Commonplace, Berkeley, California.
Synopsis The Fragments Project is a video collaboration project headed by Michael Chang DK and Marty McCutcheon US. Support The New York State Council on the Arts and The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes.
Bluebird, 75 x 69 cm. The Vitruvian Woman Niclas Hallberg SE Stina Pehrsdotter SE Willy Darko IT Irina Gabiani LUX Michael Chang DK Exhibition history March 14 April 19, premiere installation, Formverk Art Zone, Eskilstuna.
Synopsis The Vitruvian Woman is a collaborative video art project initiated in and headed by Chang. Festival programme excerpt The Vitruvian Woman is a multimedia sculpture created by 34 artists from around the world.
Participating artists Credited alphabetically Aditi Kulkarni, India Alberto Guerreiro Portugal Alexandra Buhl Denmark Henrique Cartaxo Brazil Alicia Felberbaum United Kingdom Alison Williams South Africa Ambuja Magaji USA Anders Weberg Sweden Anica Vucovik Serbia Anthony Siarkiewicz USA Arthur Tuoto Brazil Brad Wise USA Bruno Penteado Brazil Christy Walsh USA Dave Swensen USA Debbie Douez Canada Igor Amin Brazil Irina Gabiani Luxembourg Jan Kather USA Joas Sebastian Nebe Germany Joy Whalen USA Kai Lossgott South Africa Kika Nicolela Brazil Melanie Chilianis Australia Michael Chang Denmark Niclas Hallberg Sweden Per E Riksson Sweden Renata Padovan Brazil Ronee Hui United Kingdom Stina Pehrsdotter Sweden Simone Stoll Germany Ulf Kristiansen Norway Uma Ray India Willy Darko Italy Links The Vitruvian Woman, YouTube Video Dia Loghi Video Festival Programme PDF.
The Man Without Qualities Michael Chang DK Separatudstilling Feb. Russland Andrei Tschesnokow. Vereinigte Staaten Miami Masters.
Argentinien Alberto Mancini. Indonesien Jakarta. Deutschland Carl-Uwe Steeb. Japan Osaka. Israel Amos Mansdorf. Vereinigte Staaten Cincinnati Masters.
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur. Schweden Jonas Svensson. China Volksrepublik Peking. Kanada Greg Rusedski. Tschechien David Rikl.
Vereinigte Staaten Philadelphia. Niederlande Paul Haarhuis. Hongkong Hongkong. Australien Patrick Rafter. Vereinigte Staaten Atlanta.
Vereinigte Staaten Todd Martin. Schweden Anders Järryd. May 16, August 12, May 29, July 12, Archived from the original on May 19, Chang Family Foundation.
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