Contemplative Mixed media abstract color field painting with subtle color blending, contrast and fine details. Textured with many layers of gesso then applied acrylic paint with spatulas and palette knifes creating very organic textures and forms, completed with sennelier soft and oil pastels, high quality Sennelier and Golden Acrylics and glossy finish.
Astrup Fearnley Museet is proud to present a solo exhibition with the Norwegian artist Fredrik Værslev.
Early in his career, Fredrik Værslev (b. 1979) experienced a breakthrough on the international art scene. His works shift between different painting traditions and are recognised by an insistent focus on the painting process. The works start out in the meeting between architecture and painting, and take form as painted renderings of motifs from the artist’s daily life.
The paintings often shift between abstraction and representation, like his breakthrough series, Terrazzo paintings, that imitate the visuality of Italian stone floors and at the same time call upon the expressivity and spontaneity of abstract expressionism. The Canopy series are reminiscent of modernism and its stripe paintings, but they stem from the awnings in the artist’s childhood home. Værslev often themes and challenges the process of painting by allowing outdoor conditions to take their effect or by making use of untraditional painting implements, like defect spray cans or equipment used to paint roads and sports arenas.
The exhibition at Astrup Fearnley Museet will include a representative selection from Værslev’s artistic production from the past decade.
Following a pitch Bottletop was pleased to be selected by the Science Museum to produce video sequences for their upcoming exhibition, ‘Cravings’, which examines visual and physical responses to food and taste. Charles Michel, chef in residence at the Oxford Crossmodal Research Lab led a study to see what impact a plate of salad arranged like an abstract painting would have on 60 diners’ perception of the food. Three groups were offered differently arranged salads with identical ingredients. One salad was arranged to look like Wassily Kandinsky’s Painting No. 201 – this was rated the best by diners who were willing to pay twice as much, both before and after eating it. Bottletop was asked to film and edit Charles creating his masterpiece, which appears as part of a triptych video screen installation, as well as editing further archive video for use in the exhibition.
Bottletop – animation, motion graphics & video production for broadcast television, events, mobile and web.
Windmills of the mind is an experimental film made in 2016 for my HSC major art piece. It is an abstract film representing the journey of a young girls life flashing before her eyes. It incorporates several technical elements including a combination of projections, LED light painting using the Pixelstick, and much more.
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