About the Artist
Marius Watz (NO) uses software as an aesthetic material. His work explores the expressive potential of hard-edged rule-based geometric abstraction and parametric processes. Watzâ€™s artworks span a wide range of formats, from realtime software and public projections to physical objects created using digital fabrication techniques.
In addition to his active exhibition schedule at venues including Victoria & Albert Museum (London), Todaysart (The Hague), Frankfurter Kunstverein, Museumsquartier (Vienna), and Galleri ROM (Oslo), Watz is an internationally renowned curator of exhibitions and events related to generative art and design through his Generator.x platform. He is also a lecturer at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, and is represented by [DAM]Berlin.
This artwork was silk screened by the artist using only acid-free materials at Bushwick Print Lab.
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The launch of this first set of editions through Random Number Multiples is accompanied by You vs. the View, a one-night exhibition of works by Jer Thorp and Marius Watz.
|Size||20 (h) x 16 (w) in.|
|Process||2-color silk screen|
|Paper||French Smart White 80C|
|Border||1 in. on all sides|
The Arcs series are pseudo-random compositions of radial shapes, subtly distorted by a 3D surface that lends the image a strong focal point and sense of movement. Watz’ hallmark super-saturated colors come into their own in these silk screen prints, with clever use of overprinting to create additional color effects.
This image is related to Arcs04-01.