087 White Noise
27.5 x 23 in
Paper & Glue
Black and white strips, patterned onto triangles and rips on black pages.
After the black background was glued together, I started covering lighter spots with black fragments. Then I added layers without adding content. The composition of greys leaves a sort of static feel.
Sometimes it feels like you are spinning our wheels; or running in circles. Perhaps you need to look a little harder, or with different eyes. There IS still progress, but might not look the way you were expecting.
This painting can be shipped to you in a few ways: rolled, scrolled, or stretched.
Rolled - means I roll the piece, with a sheet of butcher paper for protection, and ship it to you in a light-weight repurposed cardboard tube. You will have the flexbility to mount the piece how ever you wish.
Scrolled - means you receive a repurposed cardboard tube, but it also comes with two upcycled rods attached to the piece so that you get to unroll it like a scroll, and hang it with a screw on either side.
Stretched - means I shape the paper around a wooden frame for the feeling of a mounted canvas.
No matter which of the three you choose, my work is always two layers of paper thick and coated in a layer of varnish for durability.
If you have a question about a specific piece, you may email me at - email@example.com with the name of the piece in the subject. Cheers.