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GEOMETRIC COMPOSITIONS ON PAPER BLOOD FOR JANDDHYAA SERIES PHILIPPE HALABURDA STUDIO 2022
Blood oxygen saturation
About the theme of "blood oxygen saturation"
In my artistic exploration of the inhalation and exhalation process within the lungs, I utilize acrylic paint and tape
to capture the rhythmic dance of oxygen exchange that
With acrylic paint, I depict the swirling currents of air as they flow through the respiratory system, using dynamic brushstrokes and vibrant colors to convey the vitality
of each breath.
Bold hues represent the oxygen-rich air entering
the lungs, while softer tones symbolize the carbon dioxide expelled during exhalation.
Tape becomes a structural element in my compositions, delineating the air pathways within the intricate bronchial tubes and alveoli network.
I create geometric patterns that mirror the branching structure of the respiratory system, guiding the viewer's eye through inhalation and exhalation.
The tape serves as a visual metaphor for the interconnectedness of the respiratory process, highlighting the delicate balance between oxygen intake and carbon dioxide release.
Viewers to contemplate the miraculous complexity of the human body
and the essential role of oxygen in sustaining life.
By merging the visual language of abstraction with scientific principles
of respiratory physiology, I aim to evoke a sense of wonder and appreciation for the breath that animates us.
Through the interplay of acrylic paint and tape, I seek to capture the essence
of the inhalation and exhalation process as a symphony of movement
and exchange, inviting viewers to take a moment to appreciate the beauty
and fragility of each breath.
Details of the series
SERIES OF 5 ABSTRACT PAINTINGS ON PAPER
Material Acrylic paint, color tape
Medium Paper 20 x 15 inches
Authentification Signed and title on the back
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