Each large-scale acrylic painting is accompanied by its counterpart in watercolor, making for a playful back-and-forth of scale, proportion, and repetition. On closer inspection, though, the two are identical in the way twins are, with slight distinctions, deviations. The lines evoke the screens we interact with everyday, radiant but restless, or aerial views of landscapes, divided but distant. The colors are earth-toned and the white background bright, throbbing like a screen with sentience. Förg’s signature is prominent on the top right corner, offering a cursive reminder of the human behind the mesh of squares.