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Industry city

About the theme of "Bauhaus"

In my artistic representation of industrial forms inspired by the Bauhaus movement, I employ gray acrylic paint as a backdrop to evoke industrial structures' mechanical and utilitarian nature.

Against this backdrop, color tapes inject vibrancy and contrast, symbolizing industrial design's innovative and creative aspects.

Through geometric and graphic compositions, I juxtapose the rigid lines
of industrial forms with the dynamic interplay of color tapes, creating visual representations that reflect the unity of fine arts and design education.  

Using color tapes in geometric and graphic compositions allows me to highlight the community aspect of visual ideas and innovative concepts reminiscent
of the collaborative spirit fostered at the Bauhaus school.

By layering and intertwining tapes of varying hues, I evoke the dynamic exchange of ideas and the exploration of new artistic techniques within
a supportive community. 

Viewers are invited to contemplate the intersection of art and industry
and the potential for creativity and innovation to thrive in even the most soulless of environments.  

As viewers engage with these compositions, they are prompted to reflect
on the soullessness of our hyperconnected world and the transformative power of art and design to infuse meaning and purpose into industrial forms.

Through the visual representation of industrial structures with gray acrylic paint and color tapes, I aim to inspire the audience to embrace creativity
and community as antidotes to the impersonal forces of modernity, fostering
a renewed appreciation for the beauty and ingenuity of industrial design.

Details of the series


Material                          Acrylic, color tape
Medium                           Paper 24 x 18 inches
Date                                 2021
Signed and title on the back

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