Anne Vieuxborn in 1985, Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
A Lot of my work comes from an intuitive place. The intention is to get stuck in these liminal places of imagery and paint that you don’t want to leave. It’s kind of about ways of seeing. Framing and duplicating imagery that is often peripheral and atmospheric creates a kind of rhythm and space. I like the idea of painting existing in virtual terms, losing and gaining information through compression, existing in infinite repetition, etc. The sculptures sometimes use imagery and are like 3D paintings to me, and sometimes they simply frame and distort the space around them. Each medium has a particular relationship to the body and architectural space. It has to do with bringing this virtual space into material space — slowing down the read of a virtual image and speeding up the read of painting.