Geodesic Painting

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Performative paintings created at the Media Lab at MIT in 2019. They question under-regulated hyper digitalism as a global health crisis imposes gentrification towards digital screens as alternative platforms of reality.

Acrylic on Canvas (45.5 x 45.5 x 3.5 cm / 18 x 18 x 1-3/8 inches)

The paintings use a rigorous analytical chromatic mixing protocol to mimic the procedures used by contemporary screen engineers to faithfully deliver media through digital screen devices. 

Color in its liquid form is mixed by hand following a mathematical formula to assure gradual gain of luminance and chrominance. It is then compressed into a series of reciprocating chambers and loaded to a metallic painting mechanism.

The act of painting is mechanically generated by intense linear pressure, which allows the controlled release of color. The effect of gravitation and the inertial of the white canvas act upon the aerodynamic motion of free-falling paint.

David Gil