Paul Schrader

Time, 2022

Spray paint, acrylic on canvas
200 x 150 cm; 78 3/4 x 59 in
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The work 'Time' follows on from the large-scale works 'Light' and 'Too Much Candy' from 2020 and is composed primarily of the colors yellow and r...

The work 'Time' follows on from the large-scale works 'Light' and 'Too Much Candy' from 2020 and is composed primarily of the colors yellow and red. The background consisting of spray paint is reminiscent of the graffiti of the early 90s. Like an infinito, the paint application on the right side is partially hidden by the background again, so the background suddenly comes to the foreground, especially at the edges of the color. The fine color nuances merge at closer look into delicate tones like poetry. Out of yellow and red a delicate orange tone emerges in hundreds of shades. The red and white blend into a berry hue. Through the interlocking of the individual colors create a rush like a melody in music.
 

"I love the sensual approach to art, the worlds of color and their composition on the canvas. Although the moment of movement has long since passed, the movement has an effect right into the now and yet is frozen on the canvas, in a time capsule. Fine nuances of color merge on closer inspection into delicate Tonë like poetry. From yellow and blue, for example, a delicate shade of green can emerge in hundreds of nuances. Red and blue can blend into an intense violet. These intermediate areas fascinate me. Through the interlocking of the individual colors and their composition on the canvas creates an intoxication like a melody in music. Colors and shapes can create a feeling in the viewer like magic. And through the view, a relationship is created for a moment between the work of art and the viewer, detached from theories and reality, for the one moment a feeling arises, which may change the viewer." – Paul Schrader

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