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Dimensions: Height 48 in x Width 48 in.
Medium: Oil on Canvas on Panel
The Hungarian visual artist Kati Vilim creates Geometric Abstraction - using geometric shapes to make “invisible things” visible. She combines traditional painting methods and medium with various simple forms to depict technology and industrial development. Using two palettes to create two shapes, the artist Vilim explored the concept of “contrast” in Inferred from Regularities. She was surprised to see how that the contrasting shapes and colors somehow create a balance in this artwork.
Born in Hungary / Works in Brooklyn
Kati works from her Chelsea studio, serene and slightly aloof like her own paintings. It is easy to classify her as geometric abstraction, but she uses this style to a very specific end: to make “invisible things” visible. The subject of Kati’s work is abstraction itself and it is not a representation of anything that exists in the visible world. This gives the viewers the freedom to forget about preconceptions or contexts, and invites them to develop an independent, individual interpretation of the works. Aside from painting, she also works with digital mediums to make installations and videos.