Julia Masvernat, ‘#12’, 2018, Gachi Prieto
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Julia Masvernat

#12, 2018

Acrylic on hand-cut paper
31 1/2 × 45 7/10 in
80 × 116 cm
This is a unique work.
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Location
Buenos Aires
About the work
Medium
Painting
Series
Involuntary Drawings
Julia Masvernat
Argentine, b. 1973
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“I like working on the edges of the art fields, the intersections, erasing the limits,” says Julia Masvernat, a mixed-media artist who works in collage, printmaking, installation, sculpture, animation, and interactive games and on various collaborative projects with other artists. Her exquisite sense of color unifies her diverse output. Her works are largely abstract, replete with vibrant colors and patterns that she composes intuitively or invites viewers to arrange themselves (as is the case with her animated interactive pieces). Her works also include a series of installations, which she builds up piece by piece using individual sheets of brightly colored paper and lots of glue. Working across floors, walls, and ceilings, she arranges the paper into patterns resembling Op Art compositions. For Masvernat, these installations are one of the many bridges she builds between artistic disciplines and between art and life.

Julia Masvernat, ‘#12’, 2018, Gachi Prieto
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About the work
Medium
Painting
Series
Involuntary Drawings
Julia Masvernat
Argentine, b. 1973
Follow

“I like working on the edges of the art fields, the intersections, erasing the limits,” says Julia Masvernat, a mixed-media artist who works in collage, printmaking, installation, sculpture, animation, and interactive games and on various collaborative projects with other artists. Her exquisite sense of color unifies her diverse output. Her works are largely abstract, replete with vibrant colors and patterns that she composes intuitively or invites viewers to arrange themselves (as is the case with her animated interactive pieces). Her works also include a series of installations, which she builds up piece by piece using individual sheets of brightly colored paper and lots of glue. Working across floors, walls, and ceilings, she arranges the paper into patterns resembling Op Art compositions. For Masvernat, these installations are one of the many bridges she builds between artistic disciplines and between art and life.

Julia Masvernat

#12, 2018

Acrylic on hand-cut paper
31 1/2 × 45 7/10 in
80 × 116 cm
This is a unique work.
Sold
Location
Buenos Aires