This piece is inspired by the countless hours of staring through the window on the subway, peering into tunnels and catching glimpses of an underground world. The motion begins to move slowly, picks up speed, and then slows down. As shapes come into view, perspectives are created, and a depth of what may lie in the distance is defined.
8.4" x 5.7" x 0.9"
Comes with US plug and custom cable
JM Rizzi’s ceaselessly self-elaborating body of work skips, slides, and glides across surfaces, leaving polished paintings in its wake. The artist’s creations illustrate his own stream of consciousness while striking a profound resonance with viewers. Rizzi came of age in New York City during the transformative 1990s. His creative journey sprouted from the Lower East Side’s grittier days with a looping trail of spray paint that caught a life of its own and never looked back. The artist’s practice transcends the subcultures that nourished his creatively formative years. His paintings ask questions only to answer them moments later—an animated conversation between positive and negative space facilitated by rhythm.
Loop Duration 01m 00s
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