Flip paintings refrence conceptual framework. The work is viewed from the side that is typically obscured or considered the back of the canvas. A process which the artists refers to as “dematerialization”. The painted image now faces the wall, and the back of the canvas now faces the viewer; on the side visible, the artist sculpts Braille text which describes or unviels the hidden image.
, the Braille translates as: “A naked man dancing” Viewers must use their imagination. Experiences are individualized as each viewer internally constructs an image or scene unique to his/her imagination.
As a form of institutional critique the artists starts the work and allows the viewer to complete it. The viewers response is a direct reflection of cultural values and societal impacts.
“A NAKED MAN DANCING”
73 Inches (Diameter)
26 x 22 Inches