acrylic on linen on panel
45 x 45 x 1 3/4 inches
Anoka Faruqee’s recent series, Moiré Paintings, explore moiré patterning created when at least two identical and transparent patterns are layered and slightly displaced. Faruqee generates this idea of interference – typically seen in magnetic fields, printing errors, and computer screens – by using customized trowels that rake paint across the canvas. She later sands and repeats this action, offering evidence of the physical act while simultaneously capturing transitory glitches. Here, in 2014P-15, Faruqee layers red, blue, and yellow rings to generate a radiant and pulsating work, resulting in a quintessential example of Faruqee’s prowess. Faruqee’s work has been exhibited in the U.S. and abroad at venues including MoMA/PS1, Long Island City; Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo; and Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco. The artist lives and works in Brooklyn and New Haven.
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courtesy of the artist and koenig & clinton, new york
gallery website: www.koenigandclinton.com