Stacked Unit

$11,000.00
Size:
91cm x 196cm
Year:
2017
Medium:
Painting

Curator's Eye

Anna Han’s work presents an investigation into the boundaries of psychical and visual space. Experiential subjectivity is a key part of her work and,Han joyfully plays with the viewer’s perception of space through her subtle and deceptive use of light and colour. She creates a visual plain where both the second and third dimensions can coexist, carefully considered geometric forms are both complemented and contrasted by striking block colours and negative spaces. She is represented by the Korean gallery who also show renowned British conceptual artist, Liam Gillick and has had a number of museum shows - definitely one to add to a collection.

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I wanted to create a sense of space by using gradients whilst at the same time maintaining a formal look. A canvas by itself opens up a space but also creates an object. As an object, it exists in the space as a tower, giving a sense of gravitational pull.I wanted to create a sense of space by using gradients whilst at the same time maintaining a formal look. A canvas by itself opens up a space but also creates an object. As an object, it exists in the space as a tower, giving a sense of gravitational pull.