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Untitled (Sack #3 ), 2013

Canvas sack
54 1/2 × 33 1/10 × 1 3/5 in
138.5 × 84 × 4 cm
This is a unique work.
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Hong Kong, London, New York
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Matias Faldbakken
Norwegian, b. 1973
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In his film, sculpture, installation, photography, and wall paintings, Mattias Faldbakken uses traditional acts of vandalism and its materials—such as paint, markers, tape, and fire extinguisher foam—to generate aesthetic forms. In his well-known tape works, black tape is applied on canvas or directly onto walls, referencing both postmodern abstraction and graffiti culture, with letter-like shapes that recall tags. In his garbage bag series, he scrawls incoherent acronyms and drawings in black marker on dark plastic trash bags. Carefully framed and arranged on gallery walls, the bags suggest both Minimalist seriality and chaos.

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Matias Faldbakken
Norwegian, b. 1973
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In his film, sculpture, installation, photography, and wall paintings, Mattias Faldbakken uses traditional acts of vandalism and its materials—such as paint, markers, tape, and fire extinguisher foam—to generate aesthetic forms. In his well-known tape works, black tape is applied on canvas or directly onto walls, referencing both postmodern abstraction and graffiti culture, with letter-like shapes that recall tags. In his garbage bag series, he scrawls incoherent acronyms and drawings in black marker on dark plastic trash bags. Carefully framed and arranged on gallery walls, the bags suggest both Minimalist seriality and chaos.

Untitled (Sack #3 ), 2013

Canvas sack
54 1/2 × 33 1/10 × 1 3/5 in
138.5 × 84 × 4 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
Location
Hong Kong, London, New York
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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