Friday, 3 February 2012


Mary Katrantzou spent every night this summer swimming in pixels, the infinitely fluid medium of computer-generated color she used “to paint” her swirling worlds of print. During her long nights in front of the screen, she encountered the crushed-car sculptures of the American artist John Chamberlain, looked at tin-can labels, hovered over pictures of tropical fish, and found fields of daisies and tulips online. “I couldn’t do trompe l’oeil again,” she said. “So I was thinking—what would it be like if I mixed something metallic with florals? I’ve never touched the natural world before.”  - Sarah Mower,

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