Fine art inkjet print on hahnemühle daguerre canvas
Edition of 3
Dimensions: 84cm (H) x 80cm (W) x 3cm (D) / 33.1" (H) x 31.5" (W) x 1.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This Fine Art Print is free hanging, movable, and exposes the beauty and tactility of canvas. The canvas has a sturdy wooden clamping bar at the top and holes for wall mounting. The print is a matte Fine Art Inkjet Print on Hahnemühle Canvas Daguerre 400 g/m2 and comes with a certificate of authenticity. It is supplied with the corresponding clamping bar and will be shipped rolled.
I developed The Fading series during the first lockdown for my solo show at Primo Piano in Chiavari Italy " i marmi, what becomes and what remains ", which is still on view until April.
I am interested in the process of transformation of images, where contemporary perceptual processes and the intertwining of analog and digital technology play a special role within my compositions, in which order and chaos, the emergence, breaking, disruption and dissolution of structures are key elements.
The beauty of chance, the unclear authorship and the incalculable errors offered by Google and Photoshop are used in the development of the abstract minimalist paintings. Photographed, they find their way back into the digital world - thus I engage in an ongoing study of images from images of images. This creates new pictorial information that is largely free of cognitively driven processes, exposing the unusual and making it the content of my work.
Fine art inkjet print on Hahnemühle Daguerre canvas, lacquered wood
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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