Fine art print on hahnemühle daguerre canvas
Edition of 3
Dimensions: 120.6cm (H) x 87.9cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 47.5" (H) x 34.6" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This painting , mounted on stretcher frame, is a matte fine art inkjet print on Hahnemühle Canvas Daguerre 400 g/m2 and comes with a Certificate of authenticity. It will be shipped rolled, stretcher frame enclosed.
The Cruiser series explores the prerequisites of transformation and combines analog painting with digital tools. With the liberation of both the form and content of painting through digital processes, I reached a certain point of abstraction and alteration, whereby coincidence and mistakes were incorporated into the pieces, and were in turn printed.
All Cruisers can thus be traced back to the same raw data, namely a single Google picture of veined marble, which I have manipulated to the point where it’s almost completely unrecognisable - what remains is the original digital material, the subject matter, an essence. The flowing forms are bearers of a story, traces of time.
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Based in: Berlin
Susanne Schwieter was born in 1971 in Basel, Switzerland. She studied and graduated with Meisterschüler in stagedesign and sculpture at the renowned Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in 1997. As a successful stage designer, she later permanently turned to the visual arts and has participated in numerous solo and group shows in Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Denmark and USA.
Schwieter is interested in visual language and seeks in her work the close connection between painting, photography and printing. The interweaving of analog and digital technology is an essential component as well as an expression of the contemporary world. Movement, morphing and dissolving structures are key elements in her abstract works, which are often large-scale and occur in reduced color scale.
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