Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Stills

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  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 12 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 51.5 x 65 cm

  • left to right, KSS 9, KSS 10, KSS 7

    exhibition view, Starbursts and other vibrations

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 19 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 51 x 65cm

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 22 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 51 x 65cm

  • left to right. KSS 14, KSS 22, KSS 19

    exhibition view, Starbursts and other vibrations

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 14 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 51.5 x 65cm

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 14 2013

    detail

  • left to right, KSS 21, KSS 23

    exhibition view, Starbursts and other vibrations

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 21 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 51 x 65cm

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 21

    detail

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 18 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 67 x 60cm

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 18 2013

    detail

  • KSS Variation 15 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 66 x 66cm

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 16 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 65 x 58cm

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 20 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 65.5 x 50.5cm

  • KSS Variation 11 2013

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 83 x 94cm

  • KSS Variation 11 2013

    detail

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 5 2012

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 69 x 64cm

  • Kaleidoscopic Spirograph Still 3 2012

    watercolour on paper, dimensions: 45.5 x 59.3cm

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These works on paper continue my explorations with the forms created with the childhood toy Super Spirograph. The play of transparencies that the medium of watercolour offers parallels the recent research of layering colours with the computer applications Photoshop and Final Cut Pro while developing the video animation Swirl.

These works on paper continue my explorations with the forms created with the childhood toy Super Spirograph. The play of transparencies that the medium of watercolour offers parallels the recent research of layering colours with the computer applications Photoshop and Final Cut Pro while developing the video animation Swirl.