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Lars Christensen presents a new series of works: “Organic Abstraction". By applying the paint not on the canvas but pushing it trough perforated holes, he treats it as a material in a three-dimensional way not limited to the canvas and re-thinking the boundary between space, image

Press Release

Lars Christensen’s (DK, 1972) new series of paintings, “Organic Abstraction”, is a reaction to colors as energy,
motion and matter. The organic structure is based on penetrated holes or slits in various sizes in the canvas where
color, when pushed through, is allowed to “grow” and reproduce in many forms and shapes. The holes and colors
appear as an endless pattern that tightens and expands the …

Lars Christensen’s (DK, 1972) new series of paintings, “Organic Abstraction”, is a reaction to colors as energy,
motion and matter. The organic structure is based on penetrated holes or slits in various sizes in the canvas where
color, when pushed through, is allowed to “grow” and reproduce in many forms and shapes. The holes and colors
appear as an endless pattern that tightens and expands the space, which establishes the transition between the
physical and mental aspects of the images. The relativity of colors, how they interact with the surface and each
other, as well as with the interaction of …

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℅ Anne Mosseri-Marlio
Pfaffenrainstrasse 17
Bottmingen, Basel-Land, CH