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|Title: ||SERIES: ' About an image that silently goes in transit #1,2,3,...'|
|CreatorArtist: ||Ceyssens, Patrick|
|Keywords: ||Image analysis, image thinking, layering, memory rethinking, artist, painting, analyzing-images, imagery, image-research, association, interpretation, …|
|Issue Date: ||2015|
|Start Date: ||2015|
|Review Discipline: ||beeldende kunsten|
|Research Context: ||In my work I look for demonstrative links between parts of the image.
In search for an expressive equality of terms such as undercurrent, commutation, transition, intermediate space, impression, sensation, etc., as representatives of the indirect.
Different sections of an image appear through artistic interventions as repetition, half- tone printing, duplication, polishing, allowing cracking, manipulating time dimensions, extending boundary lines, etc.. They appear to be impulse techniques that purposely head for several associative tracks.
The active forces in an image offset each other or bring extra movement into being. The merging of different movements, links and qualities, etc., creates new environments and correlations that go further than the initial expectations.
This phenomenon pervades my imagery .
Joannes Késenne after many conversations about my work stated:
’This artist wants to preserve the brief experience of a moment in the memory of an image. How is this interpreted? Something like the ocular spectrum of a ship on our retina, the ship that was lying at anchor just now and has dissolved into a mist without horizon. But above all: the metamorphoses that the ship undergoes in our mind. The distorted knife-thrusts planted by our minds into the back of our first impression is what the art of Patrick Ceyssens is all about. After all, everything is always completely different in reality'. (Joannes Késenne )|
|Description: ||Old painting, oil, sewn canvas, backside canvas
80 x 60 cm|
|Type: ||Artistic/designerly creation|
|Appears in Collections: ||Artistic/designerly creations|
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