The Cornerstone

Posted: December 11, 2009 in Page 2: Early Work

Dimensions: 90 by 90 cm, framed.
Media: Paint on wood panel, with wood and metal pieces.

Bright white frame with bright yellow perimeter. A grey cube, the “cornerstone” of the house, is inserted into a cut-out part of the frame at the bottom right. In principal, the frame is neutral in respect to the artwork it encompasses. In this respect the cornerstone should be unassailable.

The construction at center-left is based on a black metal bar which is half an inch wide and encrusted in the wood panel. The lines of the bar lead down to the black line in the roof of the house and finally to the black L (the signature), which has the same width as the black bar. A bright yellow, deconstructed sun and bright white deconstructed house complete the work.


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