"Structure of the unknown N°1"
Swiz - Oil and acrylic on wood with black floater frame, 123X88cm, 2015
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|Type of work||Original artwork|
|Year of creation||2015|
|Medium and technique||Oil and acrylic|
|Unframed size||Height : 116cm / Width : 81cm|
|Overall size||Height : 123cm / Width : 88cm / Depth : 3.5cm|
|Framing||WOODEN BLACK MATTE CANVAS FLOATER FRAME|
|Certificate of authenticity||Yes (sent with the artwork and hand signed by the artist)|
|Authenticity||Hand-signed by the artist lower right, countersigned, title, dated in marker on the back|
|Hanging solution||Ready to hang artwork : wire between two screw eyes|
|Shipping||Delivered within 10 - 15 working days with DHL|
|Packaging||Packed in secure custom wooden crate to ensure preservation and conservation of your artwork during shipment|
|Shipment insurance||Yes, we offer full value insurance coverage on every shipment|
born in 1983 in Paris (France), lives and works in PARIS (France).
Movement : GRAFFUTURISM.
Type of interventions : canvas, in situ installation works, mixed media.
Towards a structural language
Swiz raises structures, which intricacy, sometimes barely suggested, prompts our senses. Perception is steered by chromatic compositions created without an inch being left to chance.During the preliminary steps, the possible options seem countless. The lines seem to be able to unfold unwisely, not measuring the interrelated dimension of each element, nor the decisive interdependence to which they soon will be subjected to.
If the unexpected can be serenely considered throughout the creative process, leading to new paths to follow, this will not necessarily imply that the artwork shouldn’t be entrusted to the vagaries of the unknown. On the contrary, the piece will be improved when exploring a new intertwining, by deviating from the prior draft, thanks to an opportune transgression. The primal idea undeniably survives it; In this case, the creation must reach its goal, and it is with reflection and pragmatism that it will conquer it.
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