Bostad focuses on evoking observation and memory through unknown and known meetings. There are echoes of people in her works, along with her perspectives as an observer. They represent the deconstruction of immaterial, a type of recycling that generates impulses as a new form.
New York - August 7th, 2017 - spotteart.com, an online platform for contemporary art & design is pleased to announce a new exhibition titled “Deconstructed Impulses in Constant Change” by artist Marit Geraldine Bostad. It is Bostad’s first solo exhibition in the US. We invite the viewers to visit her collection online at artsy.com. The pieces are available for acquisition from August 11th, 2017. Marit Geraldine Bostad (b'76) is an abstract colorist. She works and lives in Horten, Vestfold County, Norway. The artist refers to her process as "intuitive, rich in color, and passionate...it has a nerve". Her paintings carry an emotionally-charged impetus. Describing her practice as a kind of therapy and a way to switch off her mind, Bostad’s feelings about her work are highlighted by their lasting impression on the viewer. The name of the show reflects on how the artist builds up or breaks down different parts of her personal experience through assembling colors and shapes.