Terry Winters: Signal to Noise

Terry Winters: Signal to Noise

by Terry Winters
     
 
Terry Winters (born 1949) belongs to a generation of artists who have taken painting beyond the constraints of Minimalism; his art seems to arise almost as a byproduct of independent natural or mechanical processes, which leave buzzing arrays of knots, grids, whorls, tangles and weaves in their wake. Following his investigations of the 1980s, which centered on

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Terry Winters (born 1949) belongs to a generation of artists who have taken painting beyond the constraints of Minimalism; his art seems to arise almost as a byproduct of independent natural or mechanical processes, which leave buzzing arrays of knots, grids, whorls, tangles and weaves in their wake. Following his investigations of the 1980s, which centered on depictions of botanical and biological processes, Winters now explores the more cerebral imagery of information technology in paintings and drawings that invoke networks and systems of modular forms and structures-themes that, in their hermeneutic openness, make his work particularly available for collaboration (Winters has recently worked with Trisha Brown and Rem Koolhaas). This sleekly designed survey of painting and drawing from the past ten years reproduces major series such as Set Diagram (2000), Turbulence Skins (2002), Local Group (2004) and Knotted Graphs (2008).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9788881587520
Publisher:
Charta
Publication date:
02/28/2010
Pages:
166
Product dimensions:
9.70(w) x 11.20(h) x 0.80(d)

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