Series, includes ten variations
The triangle grid results from the repetition of an angle of 60° and the use of bars of equal length. By consciously removing bars or bar sections, the two-dimensionality of the grid is optically neutralized. Gaps are created which give the viewer the illusion of three-dimensionality.
Through continuation of the 60° angle with the optical interpretable forms, they appear lively and expressive. The viewer can easily understand that a very simple underlying manner of formation – the destruction of a grid – evokes this strong optical impression. This intensifies aesthetics of these works again.
Series, includes four variations
Further graphics from the archive will be published within the next months