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FREQUENCY DISTORTION - PLANET 3
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FREQUENCY DISTORTION - PLANET 3 Painting

Louis Gribaudo

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Other

Size: 12 W x 12 H x 1.4 D in

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As I work on my "controlled" paintings, I amass lots of tape and vinyl that I use for stencil material. I love all the irregular swatches of color that happen while doing so. In the FREQUENCY DISTORTION series, I use this material to make the music I hear become visual. The PLANET paintings are a variation of the FREQUENCY DISTORTION series in which I create fictitious planets that are based on sound waves. There is a cosmic feeling achieved by the circular containment of the kinetic energy in the vertical marks. The background is made of layers of bronze, and black paint applied to PVC mounted on 1" square pieces of PVC. The "planet" consists of vinyl, copper electrical tape and metalic mesh material. The whole surface is sealed with four coats of satin urethane, and the edges are finished with strips of painted black pine. At 12" square, this painting has an intimate feel, but generates a bold energy due to the material and content.

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Painting:Acrylic on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:12 W x 12 H x 1.4 D in

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Louis is a Philadelphia, PA based artist and musician. "There is the idea of what a painting could be, then there is what happens while making the painting." "In my current work I employ a process driven call & response approach with the aesthetic goal of balancing shifting degrees of chaos and potential through the orchestration of organic and geometric structures. I am inspired by diverse sources: patterns (natural & man-made), sound waves, cycles, waves, frequencies, urban decay, architectural artifacts, geometry, geology, astronomy, tribal & corporate symbols, icons, technology and commercial graphics. By making art, I endeavor to reveal the mystery that is common to them. I am drawn to the history of things; to the possibility of different outcomes based on combinations of planned decisions and random events. I am intrigued with how small, repetitive actions consistently applied over the course of time, create complex systems that are greater than the sum of their parts. My approach is exploratory, reactionary and cathartic. I start with a concept, and follow the cues that the painting process gives me, often using unpredictable means to apply and remove paint, recycling, re-purposing and repositioning. Some decisions are planned, some are not. The result is the consequence of my reactions to previous actions. This process leads to reinvention and discovery, erosion and re assemblage; a play of deliberation and chance." His paintings and commissions are included in many private collections.

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