Robert Frick: Cell

 
  • ©2003, Robert Frick

Artist(s):


Title:


    Cell

Exhibition:


Creation Year:


    2003

Size:


    64 in x 64 in

Category:


Keywords:



Artist Statement:


    Creating artwork that is totally non-representative at inception, that remains so upon completion, yet that allows the viewer to derive representative imagery from abstractions, can be very dynamic. This type of work inadvertently addresses the brain’s ability to subconsciously process repetitive patterns in both the obviously spatial and subtly self-similar domains. The artwork evokes different reactions in different viewers, who notice things that even the artist doesn’t notice, so the work evolves every time someone new views it.

    Why is there this incessant need for such highbrow aesthetic and meaning in fine art? All that really matters is that it is pleasing to the eye.