publication . Other literature type . 2017

Abstraction and its processes : a studio investigation of the ongoing relevance of non-figurative art

Kelly, Wendy Louise;
Open Access English
  • Published: 08 Feb 2017
Abstract
How a painting “is”, the nature of its being, is partially determined by tools such as paint, canvas and brush; the history of what has been done in painting up to the current moment, “one can paint only out of the history of paint”; and an analysis of the concept of “medium”, as a grammar or family of concepts that cluster around the medium of paint.1. (Mark Titmarsh Art Monthly May. 2006.) The objective of this research is a studio investigation to augment an examination of non-figurative abstraction and demonstrate its relevance and continued viability through adaptability and continued exploration. The resulting body of work embodies my interpretation of non...
Subjects
free text keywords: Uncategorized, post-modern, abstraction’s visual language, modernism, non-objective, restricted access, abstraction, thesis(doctorate), abstract painting and works on paper, 2010, non-figurative, abstraction’s evolutionary process, ethesis-20101012-100320, 1959.1/260070, minimalism, monash:53504, abstraction’s material processes, studio research, geometric abstraction, abstract expressionism, reductive aesthetics, conceptualism, post-formalism, four generations of abstraction, abstraction’s adaptability, contemporary abstraction, post-minimalism
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