CASACOR, São Paulo, Brasil, 2023
The paintings of the CASACOR SP 2023 Plurality project, signed by Trees Arquitetura.
Project by Eloy Fichberg and Felipe

Fichberg @treesarquitetura

Photos: @marcoantoniofoto

Meditative Paintings, ChaShaMa, NYC, 2023

Jan 24 — Jun 19, 2023

Artist Talk: May 18, 2023, 12:30 - 2 PM

Meditative Paintings is a solo exhibition of seven large non-objective works by Carin Kulb Dangot inspired by a mediation breakthrough experienced after ‘seeing’ a fissure of light particles. Like the process of ascending during meditation whilst in flow, she composes her paintings to have distinct layers relating to significant brain states during mediation: beta, alpha, delta, and theta. Dangot starts with a color background without forethought of what the painting will inevitably look like. Hours later into painting, surroundings dissipate, the background begins to melt, and dilute under the new layers. Dangot feels through the painting. White amorphous cells, refined energy centers are added. These cells self-compose and find natural order. When the background integrates with the foreground, the painting becomes more expansive, a point of departure as if to suggest there is more beyond the perimeters of the canvas.

733 Third Ave
New York, NY 10017

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