“Daniel’s art possesses clarity and thoughtfulness. But this clarity is not the result of a fixed or repetitive position or strategy. Instead, his art is iterative, responding to changing conditions and environments. Different aspects of his work, both the works made on the wall and the objects made for the wall, are inter-related and work off of and reflect on each other. There is a wholeness to what Daniel refers to as an entity—his body of work.” (Chris Ashley, Minus Space)
This work is one of several works consisting of four units of acrylic painted MDF of the same size (60cm/40cm). Each unit should be separated from the others by an interval of 20 cm. The position of each panel is clearly defined in the series. The MDF panels are painted and laquered with a spatula. Based on a geometric and concrete pattern, the work is playing with proportion, repetition, symmetry, asymmetry as well as with rules and deviations.
Each panel is unique and singular, but at the same time it is playing its part within the entity. The inner connection results from the combination of different colours, same colours, of sections and divisions. The layers are creating depth as a visual challenge within the clearly defined series of rectangles.
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About The Artist
Daniel Göttin is a Swiss artist. Working in a manner of minimal art, Daniel creates site-specific wall-works and paintings.Read More