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RR Haiku 237, 2015

Paint, vinyl on wall
98 2/5 × 65 7/10 in
250 × 167 cm
This is a unique work.
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location
New York, Roma
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About the work
Exhibition history
Postmasters Gallery
New York, Roma
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Rozendaal started writing poems in the style of the traditional Japanese haiku on his phone in …

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Rozendaal started writing poems in the style of the traditional Japanese haiku on his phone in 2013. They took the shape of website posts and tweets, finally morphing into a publication and non physical artworks - the wall paintings on view at the gallery.
The haiku works are directly painted onto the wall; each …

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Painting
Signature
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Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
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Series
Haiku
Rafaël Rozendaal
Dutch-Brazilian, b. 1980
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Net artist Rafaël Rozendaal works primarily with websites, producing animated abstract patterns and interactive images that explore the screen as pictorial space. His brightly colored graphics often shift or pulsate with light, while in other images he explores simple movement and gesture, as in paper toilet .com (2006), in which visitors to the site can unravel a roll of toilet paper in virtual space, or jello time .com (2007), where visitors can poke a quivering mass of jello. Rozendaal broke ground when he began to sell his net artworks; in exchange for the purchase of one of Rozendaal’s domain names, a collector’s name appears in the title bar of the work, and the site remains public and accessible to viewers worldwide. “I hope my pieces become independent entities that are part of people’s lives and can be used or seen in any way,” Rozendaal says.

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About the work
Exhibition history
Postmasters Gallery
New York, Roma
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Rozendaal started writing poems in the style of the traditional Japanese haiku on his phone in …

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Rozendaal started writing poems in the style of the traditional Japanese haiku on his phone in 2013. They took the shape of website posts and tweets, finally morphing into a publication and non physical artworks - the wall paintings on view at the gallery.
The haiku works are directly painted onto the wall; each …

Read more
Medium
Painting
Signature
Includes a signed contract, certificate and instructions
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included
Series
Haiku
Rafaël Rozendaal
Dutch-Brazilian, b. 1980
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Net artist Rafaël Rozendaal works primarily with websites, producing animated abstract patterns and interactive images that explore the screen as pictorial space. His brightly colored graphics often shift or pulsate with light, while in other images he explores simple movement and gesture, as in paper toilet .com (2006), in which visitors to the site can unravel a roll of toilet paper in virtual space, or jello time .com (2007), where visitors can poke a quivering mass of jello. Rozendaal broke ground when he began to sell his net artworks; in exchange for the purchase of one of Rozendaal’s domain names, a collector’s name appears in the title bar of the work, and the site remains public and accessible to viewers worldwide. “I hope my pieces become independent entities that are part of people’s lives and can be used or seen in any way,” Rozendaal says.

RR Haiku 237, 2015

Paint, vinyl on wall
98 2/5 × 65 7/10 in
250 × 167 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
New York, Roma
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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