Living In Third Person No.21
Exclusive to The Artling
Exclusive to The Artling
Spraypaint, Acrylic, spray paint and permanent marker on canvas
Dimensions: 110cm (H) x 110cm (W) x 1.9cm (D) / 43.3" (H) x 43.3" (W) x 0.7" (D)
Diameter: 110cm / 43.3"
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Estimated delivery for this item is between 08 October - 13 October.
This item ships from Germany
Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped flat
About the art
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The 'Living In Third Person' Series features abstract renditions of the human eye/iris, where Max Ruebensal combines his love for human anatomy with his signature colorful, distorted abstract style. Vibrant colors are mixed together in a bright, grafitti-style artwork reminiscent of street art.
Max Ruebensal is a young, contemporary artist using various mediums to reflect on symbolism, identity, pop culture & the ever-growing digitalization of our everyday lives. Ultimately, his work intends to reframe common ideas in order to provoke in a well-thought manner and interpret the ways we use signs and symbols to communicate. This is his way of making sense of a world that is changing faster than we are growing up and adapting to it.
He therefore combines an experimental and process-oriented art practice with a conceptual, thematic approach that is inspired by urban culture, the collection of thoughts and the cultivation of our worldviews.
Visually and aesthetically, his works are characterized by a bold, vibrant and expressive style that effortlessly moves along the intersections between abstraction and figuration. Bright, fluorescent colours explode on psychedelic gradients. Chromatic, neon or iridescent tones come in dialogue with disruptive rainbow patterns . Big bursts of hypercolor are layered with various dynamic techniques, creating a mesmerising visual overload.
This interplay of textures, palettes and contrast transmits a vibrancy of motion and fluidity that is full of energy. Sometimes kept abstract, other times combined with traditional painting, the results are works that are both personal and universal in their language.
Based in: Berlin
Who are you, if you could be anything?
Max Ruebensal is a Contemporary German artist, whose works reflect on symbolism, identity, pop culture & the ever-growing digitalization of our everyday lives.
At an early age, Ruebensal’s fascination for the new, uncharted, digital world of the internet prompted him to start graphic design …
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