Krister Klassman’s sculptures engage with the possibilities and traditions of the medium, utilising a range of processes along the way. In his first solo show Klassman incorporates ink drawings, digital manipulations, domestic printing and chemical reactions to produce a body of work that suggests a way of approaching a poetic dimension via digital technology. The plaster panels have had abstract compositions imposed on them through a series of processes. Starting out as ink drawings, they are photographed, processed through Photoshop, and then printed out using a domestic printer. Plaster is poured onto the printed image, leading to an exothermic reaction between the plaster and ink. The melted xerox powder from the print.
This post was written by Pieterjan Grandry
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