Sometimes it helps to misunderstand history

Acrylic on canvas and electric lights

 

T20 Gallery, Murcia, Spain. 2014

 

The main objective of this work is to propose a way to avoid the traditional frontality with the frame, by attaching it diagonally to the wall plane where it will be shown, and disposing the paint on the back of the canvas to reserve with it a basic forms that comes visible in the front face of the frame through a backlight.

 

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Sometimes it helps to misunderstand history no. 7, Acrylic paint, latex, cotton canvas, stretcher (42 x 42 cm), wooden planks (30 x 8 x 1 cm), electric light. Private collection.

 

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Sometimes it helps to misunderstand history no. 8, Acrylic paint, latex, cotton canvas, stretcher (27 x 22 cm.), wooden plank, electric light. Private collection.

 

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Sometimes it helps to misunderstand history no. 9, Acrylic paint, latex, cotton canvas, stretcher (195 x 130 cm), wooden plank, electric light. Private collection.

 

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Sometimes it helps to misunderstand history no. 10, Acrylic paint, latex, cotton canvas, stretcher (200 x 200 cm – 200 x 150 cm), wooden plank, electric light.