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August 14, 2016 | by  | in Visual Arts |
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BENT

bent

(g) everyday painter

2016

bong hit on notebook

190 x 270mm

Among some of the classic conceptual project ideas, are the collections of random or specific things, of rare or ordinary processes, and of high and low values. The stain on the right is part of a recent body of work called Everyday Paintings. The series is informed by routine and habit and has as a focus the recreational consumption of cannabis, or chop if you like. Using smoke as pigment, the medium is only live for very short time, making it hard to control or gain composition. Hence we worked on the series every day until finished in an attempt and intent to imply and apply blurs to art / life divisions.

You can find Bent’s work in the public or on www.bentdomain.com.

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