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Damian Moss 2017

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Damian Moss

Satellite

November 22 - December 23 2017

Satellite

This body of work has developed from my interest in mark making and the mechanics of repetition. The composition of each work begins with a grid, a system which provides pictorial structure while allowing for endless variation, and satisfies my own formalist tendencies. The process is slow and instinctual, with the outcome of each work remaining open rather than predetermined.
 
In the end, each image shares a common structure but reveals a unique cartography, juxtaposing the intuitive process of mark making with the repetitive nature of patterns and the infinite complexities of nature and spatial relationships.
  

Damian Moss
November 2017

 

 

 

each work is framed with non-reflective, UV resistant museum glass

Sattelite, 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

53 x 44 cm

Celestial Cartography 10, 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

51 x 44 cm

Celestial Cartography 11, 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

36.5 x 31 cm

Dark Matter 2, 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

48.5 x 43.5 cm

Celestial Cartography, 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

79 x 66 cm

Celestial Cartography 9, 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

81 x 67 cm

Dark Matter 1, 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

36.5 x 31 cm

Red Matter, 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

48.5 x 43.5 cm

Matter (Prussian), 2017

ink on torn Hahnemuhle paper

36.5 x 31 cm