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Considering Neuroaesthetics with Mondrian’s Minimalism, 2019
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Considering Neuroaesthetics with Mondrian’s Minimalism, 2019
758 x 850 x 50 mm | 
Brushes attached to carbon fishing rods, Wood Canvas, Acrylic, Jesso Primer

 

CONTEXT

We are able to perceive many types of information hitting our body such as the sense of vision, hearing, and smelling.  We can process this information and identify what we see, hear or taste as beautiful, cute, ugly or scary by utilizing the combination of perception or influence of the contexts. The best part of being an artist is to grab the perception of viewers by selecting information of senses and finding out the right amount of balance to inspire others.  When I wake up in the morning, I sometimes get disgusted by having too much information of perception surrounding me.  Sometimes I get sick of doing an intense catch-ball of throwing each other’s information to get to know others more or get to know me more.  That’s why I chose to give a thought to the expression of Mr. Piet Mondrian who used the simplified form of lines and colors.  I decided to provide others the simplified form of telling who I am.

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